A typhoon which influence Irelands World Cup campaign and may strike Japan on Saturday is being monitored by world Rugby.
Typhoon Hagibis has shaped from Japans shore from the Western Pacific Ocean, together with forecasts suggesting that it may strike the island of Kyushu this weekend.
Ireland face Samoa in the Kyushu city of Fukuoka on Saturday, at which a bonus-point victory to secure their place is needed by Joe Schmidts men.
The boys havent even talked about it we just go from day to day, put on with our preparations, Ireland defence trainer Andy Farrell stated.
World Rugby was in contact us and they are as eager as we are to get this game played.
I believe theres a contingency plan in place. We get on with our day task and best prepare every single day and well see what comes with that.
The weather forecast varies all of the time anyway. So we will not probably know until 48 hours away from the match.
Any games cancelled at the World Cup are registered as scoreless draws, earning two things.
That situation should Gregor Townsends guys conquer both Russia on Wednesday, would permit the chance to leapfrog Ireland into position to Scotland and hosts Japan on Sunday.
Past predictions of typhoons hitting Japan and disrupting the championship have so far neater, however.
Typhoon Mitag had jeopardized Frances clash however, the match was finished with no difficulty.
World Rugby is tracking the situation and will issue additional updates as the situation develops.
We are currently monitoring the development of a typhoon off the south coast of Japan in partnership with all our weather data specialists, stated a World Rugby spokesman.
Its still too early to ascertain what, if any, effect there will be on match or training activities.

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