Scotland fans hope game against Japan can go ahead but anger and frustration at prospect of exit is giving way to pragmatism
As Scottish rugby fans contemplate the prospect of “losing by default to a typhoon”, initial anger and frustration at the threat of cancellation and lack of contingency planning is giving way to pragmatism.
Tom Moore, who arrived in Tokyo on Thursday from the Scottish Lowlands village of Lochwinnoch, told the Guardian that he would be “immensely disappointed” if Scotland’s match were cancelled, as has happened with the England v France game at the same venue in Yokohama on Saturday.
Source: The Guardian
'Losing by default to a typhoon': Scotland rugby fans braced for worst