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Japan coach vows to tone unhappy flair for Rugby World Cup challenge

Japan Rugby World Cup thrilled fans with their swashbuckling chic at the 2019 World Cup. but head coach Jamie Joseph trusts it would be pointless to play the same way at next year’s competition. The Brave Blossoms beat Ireland and Scotland on home soil on their way to an important first quarter-final appearance and won plaudits for their free-flowing rugby. But Joseph says the sport has changed since then to reward self-justifying teams and Japan’s daredevil style will need to be attuned.

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head coach Jamie Joseph trusts it would be pointless to play the same way at next year's competition.
head coach Jamie Joseph trusts it would be pointless to play the same way at next year’s competition.

Before the Rugby World Cup kicks off in France

Before the Rugby World Cup kicks off in France a year from now. The teams who won Test matches in June and July are the best defensive flanks, not necessarily the best-attacking sides said the New Zealander, who has been in custody since 2016. That’s a trend that has been created by the way the game is arbitrated now and it’s a trend that we’ve got to adjust to. It’s going to be challenging but it’s pointless trying to play the game of rugby that was fruitful for us in 2019 against stronger defensive sides.

Head coach Jamie Joseph

Japan have been haggard in World Cup Pool D alongside England, Argentina, Chile, and Samoa, and Joseph believes they can reach an additional quarter-final if they get their preparations right. But the coach also says that his team is a little bit behind because of the pandemic and wounds. He also cast an envious glance at Argentina’s contribution to the Rugby Championship against New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa.

Japan Rugby World Cup has no competition to give them regular games against top-level antagonism and the country’s Super Rugby franchise, the Sun wolves, folded in 202s0. Joseph has tried to grow new players by picking oversized training teams but he conceded the situation was not ideal, as arrangements for the World Cup begin in earnest.

We’re a little bit behind in terms of our groundwork but those are the circumstances that have been thrown at me as the head coach and what I have to contract with, he said. I’m pretty positive about the test ahead and that’s what my job is. To Know more about England Vs Japan Tickets click here.

 coach Jamie Joseph
coach Jamie Joseph

Build together

Japan have played only 10 Test competitions since the last Rugby World Cup, when they were hosts, and have not beaten any of the top states. But they ran Six Nations Grand Slam winners France close in a recent Test match in Tokyo.

They led until the 71st minute before losing 20-15 and Joseph trusts it marked a starting point for his team. Japan faces New Zealand in Tokyo at the end of October beforehand heading to Europe to take on England and France. Joseph says there is no enchanted trick to building a competitive team and his players just need more rugby against the best squads.

I don’t think it’s something that the trainer says or ‘this is what I want you to do -you build together, he said. The best way to do that is by playing positive, charming rugby. That’s what we want to do. Japan begins its World Cup campaign against Chile and ends the pond stage with a potentially decisive clash against Argentina.

The Brave Blossoms will not enjoy home benefit this time and Joseph concedes there was a lot more energy” surrounding his team’s World Cup arrangements four years ago. But he also says he is excited about some of the younger guy’s contravention through and is itching to get ongoing when the tournament kicks off. It’s not an easy challenge but it’s a challenge that we’ve shown in the past that if we get the groundwork right and get the players right, we’re surely capable of doing it, said Joseph.

Japan Rugby World Cup Begins Arrangements with Rout of Uruguay

Brave Blossoms coach Jamie Joseph used a mixture of up-and-coming players and veterans in their first official match since November 2021. kicked off its arrangements for next year’s Rugby World Cup with a convincing 34-15 win over Uruguay in Tokyo on Saturday, June 18.

Japan Rugby World Cup Begins Arrangements with Rout of Uruguay
Japan Rugby World Cup Begins Arrangements with Rout of Uruguay

With a mixture of up-and-coming players and veterans, Jamie Joseph’s Brave Blossoms were in control from the outset at Prince Chichibu Memorial Ground. First-half tries from Koga Nezuka and Tevita Tatafu gave the 2019 World Cup hosts a 15-3 lead at part-time.

Kosuke Horikoshi ran in Japan’s third try early in the next half and captain Yu Tamura converted to give the hosts a commanding 22-3 lead. Diego Magno traversed with over 20 minutes left to keep things stimulating but replacement Takeshi Hino scored Japan’s fourth try in the 63rd for an insuperable 27-8 advantage.

Hino added another try in the 72nd miniature to seal the conquest for the hosts, who will face Uruguay again on June 25 in Kitakyushu. A late try by Uruguay’s Manuel Ardao, rehabilitated by Felipe Etcheverry, completed the marking.

We had a lot of players making their entrance so it was a good result for us, Tamura said. Only had two weeks to make so it was quite an accomplishment. We want to keep making progress. Playing in its first test in Tokyo since the 2019 World Cup, Japan got off to a quick start when test debutante Nezuka traversed in the 10th minute. 

Japan Rugby World Cup

With Lucas Bianchi in the sin bin, a consequence kick by Tamura eight minutes later made it 8-0.  I was a bit nervous but with Tamura and the other backs leading the way, we were able to reduce as the game went on, the 23-year-old Tezuka said. The visitors got on the scoresheet in the 34th minute on a penalty by Etcheverry to censor the lead to 8-3. Tatafu motorized in from about 20 yards for Japan’s second try in the waning minutes of the first half.

japan Rugby World Cup Squad
japan Rugby World Cup Squad

A Look Back and a Look Ahead

The older team hadn’t played since losing 29-20 against Scotland in Edinburgh in November 2021. The Brave Blossoms astonished many by advancing to the last eight of the 2019 World Cup which they hosted. Japan Rugby World Cup went 4-0 in group play before losing to ultimate winner South Africa in the quarterfinals. In the 2023 World Cup in France, Japan has been drawn in Pool D with first-tier states England and Argentina. Samoa and a yet-to-be-determined team from the Americas will also be in the group.

The Brave Blossoms will face France in Toyota, Aichi Region, on July 2 and Tokyo on July 9. The Japan Rugby Football Union also said Japan will play France in Toulouse in a November 20 test afterward taking on England on November 12 at Twickenham.

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Pakistan releases its 2022 men’s T20 World Cup roster

In preparation for the T20 World Cup Australia 2022, which will take place from October 16 to November 13, Pakistan’s cricket selectors today unveiled their team. Pakistan has been one of the most consistent teams to date, having won the championship in 2009 in the United Kingdom, advanced to the final in 2007, and participated in the semifinals in 2010, 2012, and 2021.

Along with fast bowlers Mohammad Wasim Junior and Shaheen Shah Afridi, top-order batsman Shan Masood has been selected for the 15-player World Cup team for the first time, while the three traveling reserves are Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Haris, and Shahnawaz Dahani.

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Wasim Junior was added to the team after fully recovering from the side strain he sustained during the ACC T20 Asia Cup, but Shaheen, who is in London receiving treatment for a knee ailment and will likely start bowling again early next month, will join the team in Brisbane on October 15.

Pakistani Men’s T20 World Cup Team (changes to the team are permitted up until October 15 without the Event Technical Committee’s approval):

Babar Azam (captain) (Central Punjab), Shadab Khan (vice-captain) (Northern), Asif Ali (Northern), Haider Ali (Northern), Haris Rauf (Northern), Iftikhar Ahmed (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Khushdil Shah (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Hasnain (Sindh), Mohammad Nawaz (Northern), Mohammad Rizwan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Wasim Junior (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Naseem Shah (Southern Punjab), Shaheen Shah Afridi (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Shan Masood (Balochistan) and Usman Qadir (Central Punjab)

Traveling reserves:

Fakhar Zaman (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Haris (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) and Shahnawaz Dahani (Sindh).

The World Cup-bound team will compete in the T20I tri-series in Christchurch from October 7–14 with Bangladesh and New Zealand as the other competing teams before they arrived in Brisbane on October 15.

We have a team that can do well at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022, according to chief selector Muhammad Wasim. Since practically the same group of players has been a part of the T20I squad following the 2021 World Cup in the UAE, we have shown faith and confidence in them.

“These players have performed well since November 2021 and that’s why we have won nine out of our last 13 T20Is. We have invested in these cricketers and it is fair to them that they get the opportunity to show their mettle in the World Cup, an event for which they have been preparing and training hard.

“We needed to ensure continuity and support to these players, and that’s precisely what we have done.

“We are receiving encouraging reports about Shaheen Shah Afridi, who is likely to resume bowling early next month.”

All of the players who will travel for the World Cup have been named by the selectors, except Fakhar Zaman and Shaheen Shah Afridi, for the seven-match T20I series against England. According to their plan to reward top players, the selectors have replaced them with Northern’s all-rounder Aamir Jamal and Sindh’s unidentified spinner Abrar Ahmed.

Muhammad Wasim: “Along with Shan Masood, I want to congratulate Aamir Jamal and Abrar Ahmed on earning their maiden call-ups. Both Aamir and Abrar have been selected as we believe they have the skills, talent, and potential to represent Pakistan at the highest level and I am hopeful if they get opportunities, they will perform strongly.

“Fakhar Zaman has also been rested from the England T20Is so that he can recover from the knee injury he sustained when he landed awkwardly while fielding in the final.”

Pakistan squad for England T20Is:

Babar Azam (captain) (Central Punjab), Shadab Khan (vice-captain) (Northern), Aamir Jamal (Northern), Abrar Ahmed (Sindh), Asif Ali (Northern), Haider Ali (Northern), Haris Rauf (Northern), Iftikhar Ahmed (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Khushdil Shah (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Haris (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Hasnain (Sindh), Mohammad Nawaz (Northern), Mohammad Rizwan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Mohammad Wasim Junior (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Naseem Shah (Southern Punjab), Shahnawaz Dahani (Sindh), Shan Masood (Balochistan) and Usman Qadir (Central Punjab)

SCHEDULE OF MATCHES:

Pakistan v England T20Is (matches to start at 1930 PKT):

20 September – 1st T20I, Karachi

22 September – 2nd T20I, Karachi

23 September – 3rd T20I, Karachi

25 September – 4th T20I, Karachi

28 September – 5th T20I, Lahore

30 September – 6th T20I, Lahore

2 October – 7th T20I, Lahore

Pakistan v Bangladesh and New Zealand (T20I tri-series)

7 October – vs Bangladesh, Christchurch

8 October – vs New Zealand, Christchurch

11 October – vs New Zealand, Christchurch

13 October – vs Bangladesh, Christchurch

14 October – Final, Christchurch

Pakistan at ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Australia 2022:

23 October – vs India, Melbourne

27 October – vs winner Group B, Perth

30 October – vs runner-up Group A, Perth

3 November – vs South Africa, Sydney

6 November – vs Bangladesh, Adelaide

Star pacer included in Pakistan T20 World Cup squad

The renowned pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi will make his injury comeback in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia in 2022 after Pakistan announced their 15-person roster. Afridi missed the Asia Cup when the medical staff recommended a 4-6 week break due to a right knee ligament ailment. During the first Test match against Sri Lanka in Galle in July, he sustained an injury while playing the field.

In addition, Shan Masood, who has yet to participate in a T20I match, and Haider Ali, who last played in the format in December 2021, were both included in the squad.

The explosive batsman Fakhar Zaman, on the other hand, was forced to join the reserves due to a knee injury, and despite considerable speculation, veteran Shoaib Malik was not recalled.

Masood received his first T20I call-up after having a successful run in the T20 Blast in England. He has participated in Tests and ODIs for Pakistan, most recently doing so in the longest format in 2021.

Fakhar Zaman, who continues to be in the reserves despite a subpar 2022 with the bat, is replaced by Haider Ali. The left-hander has appeared in seven T20 Internationals this year, scoring just 96 runs overall with an average of 13.71.

Haider has played 21 T20Is for Pakistan, the last of them in December 2021. He has made three fifties and averages 23.88 in the format.

“We have a team that can perform strongly in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022,” chief selector Mohammad Wasim said.

“That’s why we have shown faith and confidence in almost the same set of players who have been part of the T20I squad post the 2021 World Cup in the UAE.

“These players have performed well since November 2021 and that’s why we have won nine out of our last 13 T20Is. We have invested in these cricketers and it is fair to them that they get the opportunity to show their mettle in the World Cup, an event for which they have been preparing and training hard.

“We needed to ensure continuity and support to these players, and that’s precisely what we have done. We are receiving encouraging reports about Shaheen Shah Afridi, who is likely to resume bowling early next month.”

Before the T20 World Cup, the same team will participate in the tri-series, which also features Bangladesh, in New Zealand.

The three traveling reserves are Mohammad Haris, Shahnawaz Dahani, and Fakhar Zaman. In the seven-match T20I series against England, the same team—minus Shaheen Afridi and Fakhar Zaman—will take the field.

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Australia T20 World Cup

Tim David’s long-awaited Australia T20 World Cup debut finally

The star from the T20 league circuit is all but sure to play the three T20Is against India next week. There has been a lot of talk about what Tim David’s strength can do in an Australia T20 World Cup shirt. Next week we will get the first accidental to see what he can do. It was always likely these three games in India would provide David the accidental to make a debut for his second international squad.

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Tim David’s long-awaited Australia T20 World Cup debut finally
Tim David’s long-awaited Australia T20 World Cup debut finally

He has played 14 T20Is for Singapore – but the damages to Mitchell Marsh and Marcus Stoinis have made it all but sure. By the time the World Cup comes around in a month. David could have eight competitions for Australia under his girdle with a series against West Indies and England to follow. But David’s is an odd entry into Australian colors. Because he’s been up in lights on the big phase for some time previously, yet apart from his two-month stint in the BBL, he is outside of the Australian cricket scheme.

Tim David Australia T20 World Cup Player

The way the sport’s scenery is rapidly changing, he is unlikely to be the last to take this path. Some of his new colleagues are still to be introduced.

“I look onward to meeting him,”

said Mitchell Starc, who will now have to wait until next month having sat out the India journey. He’s plied his trade around the world in dissimilar leagues. He’s got his opportunity now in the T20 World Cup team. Think we’ll see more and more players [emerge] in that style.

Surely, the next generation I’m sure we’ll see it more and more with more opportunities in different leagues. That’s just the way cricket seems to be the title at the minute.

“I’m much the same as [the public], I’ve seen him on TV. Clearly that power and what he brings to the table to any team he plays for and now he has a chance to do that on the international phase.”

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Tim David Australia T20 World Cup Player
Tim David Australia T20 World Cup Player

Of teams, he has played in more than two competitions. Since December 2020 (when his T20 league career started to take off with Hobart Hurricanes) his lowest strike rate is 143.92 with St Lucia Kings in the CPL. His strike rate of 216.27 for Mumbai Indians in the last IPL made a mockery of him being left out during that rivalry. That latter figure also proposes. He should not have too many concerns about adapting to the circumstances over the next week in India.

Tim David is Power Hitter Player

The quality of the bowling may be a dissimilar challenge given that there is rarely a weaker link. Which is sometimes the case in permit cricket, but he has a good grounding.

“One of the rare things he has which there isn’t a whole lot of in Australia is just raw control,”

Glenn Maxwell said.

He’s able to power the ball, much in the similar way Stoinis and Mitch Marsh do it. He’s probably developed his game a little bit over the last two years where he’s got a bit more off-side [shots] so he’s not a one-dimensional batter, he’s able to clear the boundary in different parts.

 He does it against spin and quicks which is imposing. And something that impressed me during the IPL as well as viewing him go about his business. However, in terms of David’s location in the team, it’s what comes after India that is most stimulating. Assuming that Marsh and Stoinis are both fit to come to the Australia T20 World Cup. There remains a Smith who would appear the most susceptible (setting aside, for a moment,

The consequences of Aaron Finch’s poor form extend through the next few weeks).

“I texture like when I’m playing good T20 cricket, I’m in that team for sure,”

Smith said throughout the recent one-day series against Zimbabwe.

“The part that I’ve been given the last pair of years is the ‘Mr. Fix It’ role and that tag’s been taken away from me now. I can just take the willing on and if I want to smack someone for six first ball, then I’m able to do that easily.”

Tim David
Tim David

Australia Last year won the semifinal against Pakistan

Whether that is his game, though, is the query. While not a completely fair comparison given their roles, in 200 T20 innings Smith has hit 130 sixes. And in 119 innings David has previously struck 165. There remains a sensation that Australia likes having Smith in their line-up. So, if they keep him and swap David for a more like-for-like player. The only choice would be Stoinis, who aided win the T20 World Cup semi-final against Pakistan last year and has since hit 162.50 in T20Is.

He can also deliver some overs if needed. A lean return in these three matches against India should not dampen David’s odds of playing in the World Cup, either. But if he duplicates the type of innings he has already shown around the globe. Then he will be even firmer to leave out than it already looks.

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