Rugby World Cup 2019: tickets, squad and TV schedule for Scotland v Samoa

Scotland face Samoa later this month with Gregor Townsend's men favourites to come out on top.

Scotland face off against a physical Samoa in their second Pool A fixture

The Scots will see this as a must-win fixture if they are to progress through a competitive Pool A.

Here's everything Scotland fans need to know before the match.

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Scotland face off against a physical Samoa in their second Pool A fixture

When is Scotland v Samoa?

Scotland's second fixture of the tournament takes place on Monday, September 30.

The action kicks off at 11.15am BST.

Where can I watch or listen to it?

Scotland-based viewers can catch every game of the Rugby World Cup, including Scotland v Samoa, on STV.

If you're working or travelling on the day of the fixture you can listen to live commentary of every fixture of the World Cup on BBC Radio 5 live and 5 Live Sports Extra.

There will be live text commentary on selected games on the BBC Sport website and app.

Where in Japan is the fixture and can I still get tickets for the match?

Scotland v Samoa takes place at the Kobe Misaki Stadium in Kobe, Japan.

Fans plotting a last minute trip to the Land of the Rising Sun can check availability of tickets at tickets.rugbyworldcup.com

Scotland squad

Forwards

John Barclay Simon BerghanFraser BrownScott CummingsAllan DellZander FagersonGrant GilchristJonny GrayStuart McInally (Captain)Willem Nel Gordon ReidJamie RitchieBlade ThomsonBen ToolisGeorge TurnerHamish WatsonRyan WilsonOn standby: Magnus Bradbury

Backs

Darcy GrahamChris HarrisAdam HastingsStuart HoggGeorge HornePete HorneSam JohnsonBlair KinghornGreig LaidlawSean MaitlandAli PriceFinn RussellTommy SeymourDuncan Taylor

Samoa squad

Forwards

Michael AlaalatoaPaul Alo-EmileAfaesetiti AmosaPiula Fa’asaleleTJ IoaneJack LamSeilala LamJames LayJordan LayKane Le’aupepeMotu Matu’uLogovi’i MulipolaRay NiuiaTeofilo PauloSenio ToleafoaJosh TyrellChris Vui

Backs

AJ AlatimuEd FidowKieron FonotiaRey Lee-LoAlapati LeiuaScott MaloluaMelani MatavaoTim Nanai-WilliamsTusi PisiDwayne PolataivaoUlupano SeuteniHenry TaefuAhsee TualaBelgium Tuatagaloa

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