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World Rugby have advised players who are competing in the Rugby World Cup in Japan next year to cover up their tattoos to avoid being mistaken as part of the Japanese mafia.
World Rugby must prioritise welfare and the conditions of players from tier-two nations, ahead of expanding the Rugby World Cup, the organisation representing rugby players worldwide says.
With Asia's first Rugby World Cup on the horizon, the 12 host cities are preparing themselves for an estimated 400,000 visiting fans from across the world.
EXCLUSIVE: Rugby World Cup-winning coach Jake White likes what he's seen from Rassie Erasmus, saying the Springboks coach is ticking the box of "winning games against big nations".
In exactly a year's time, World Rugby can say it has grown up. This time next year Japan will turn on one of the great Rugby World Cups, albeit eight years later than it should have, Greg Growden writes.
With one year to go until the Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan, our writers take a look through each of the pools and decide where it will all be won and lost in 2019.