Scotland vs Samoa Live Stream 30 Sept 2019 Rugby World Cup

Scotland vs Samoa Live Stream 30 Sept 2019 Rugby World Cup

Match Summary
Match Between: Scotland vs Samoa
Match Date: 30th September
Match Start Time: 19:15 (JST)
Stadium: Kobe Misaki Stadium
TV Channels: ITV & Fox Sports

Scotland vs Samoa Live Stream 30 Sept 2019 Rugby World Cup

On 20th September the biggest event in Rugby sports will be started in Japan. 20 teams will participate from 4 different groups and 48 matches will be held on this event. Scotland and Samoa will face this match on 30th September at Kobe Misaki Stadium at 19:15 (Japan Standard Time).

In the Pool – A, 5 teams will play their pool-stage matches where Scotland, Samoa, Ireland, Japan and Russia will play their 4 matches between one another. However, many Rugby fans who are live in a different region, they want to watch this match on TV channels and live streaming portals. Here I created a table with some TV coverage information for you.

CountryTV Channel
ScotlandITV
SamoaITV
AustraliaFox Sports, Network Ten
WalesS4C
FranceTF1
FijiFiji TV
New ZealandTVNZ, Spark
GeorgiaGPB
United StatesNBC SportsUnivision
United KingdomITV, ITV4, and ITV Hub, S4C
UruguayITV 4

Scotland Rugby World Cup 2019 Squad

Scotland Rugby World Cup 2019 Squad

John Barclay, Jamie Ritchie, Hamish Watson, Ryan Wilson, Chris Harris, Pete Horne, Sam Johnson, Duncan Taylor, Adam Hastings, Finn Russell, Stuart Hogg, Blair Kinghorn, Fraser Brown, Stuart Mcinally, George Turner, Scott Cummings, Grant Gilchrist, Jonny Gray, Blade Thomson, Ben Toolis, Simon Berghan, Allan Dell, Zander Fagerson, Willem Nel, Gordon Reid, George Horne, Greig Laidlaw, Ali Price, Darcy Graham, Sean Maitland, Tommy Seymour.

Samoa Rugby World Cup 2019 Squad

Afaesetiti Amosa, Piula Faasalele, Tj Ioane, Jack Lam, Senio Toleafoa, Josh Tyrell, Kieron Fonotia, Rey Lee-Lo, Alapati Leiua, Henry Taefu, Aj Alatimu, Tusi Pisi, Ulupano Seuteni, Tim Nanai-Williams, Ah See Tuala, Motu Matu’u, Seilala Lam, Kane Le’aupepe, Filo Paulo, Chris Vui, Mike Alaalatoa, Paul Alo-Emile, James Lay, Jordan Lay, Logovii Mulipola, Ray Niuia, Melani Matavao, Dwayne Polataivao, Pele Cowley, Ed Fidow, Belgium Tuatagaloa.

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