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Scotland 34 - 0 Samoa
81min - Big penalty won for Scotland and they will finish it off here, job well done.
80min - Another penalty for Samoa, last chance here.
78min - Penalty won by Samoa, can they finish this game with a try?
77min - Scotland go very close but Nanai-Williams comes up with a great interception to spark an attack for Samoa beating four defenders.
75min - Scotland work the ball right and Graham nearly beats his man but it's a great tackle and Samoa win a lineout.
75min - Sean Maitland gets the ball down the left hand side, makes the break and hes in for a try, Fidow dives in and leads with his knee, it's called a yellow card and a PENALTY TRY. It's Fidow's second yellow so he is given a red.
74min - Samoa lose the ball and Scotland have the ball again.
70min - Penalty won from Samoa and they will kick for touch.
67min - Good attack from Samoa but another handling error and Scotland will have a scrum feed.
66min - Great work at the breakdown from Samoa, they win a penalty.
64min - Wow, another knock on, Samoa this time, really isn't pretty out here at the mo.
62min - Knock on again from Scotland, another scrum from Samoa.
61min - Kick from Scotland and it goes in behind the Samoan defence - Samoan lineout.
58min - Knock on from Samoa and Scotland will have a scrum around half way.
57min - He is held up but Ed Fidow comes from the side illegally and is yellow carded and gives away a PENALTY TRY. Scotland 27 - 0 Samoa
57min - From the lineout drive and it's Fraser Brown who goes over, but he's held up.
54min - Bad kick from Samoa and Scotland have a lineout just 15 metres out.
54min - Scotland spin the ball right and the cut out pass goes over Graham, Samoa lineout.
53min - From the penalty, Scotland win the penalty and will kick for touch.
51min - Knock on from Scotland, Samoa have the scrum feed.
50 min - Another penalty for Scotland and they will kick for touch.
48min - Scotland turn the ball over and have the penalty, they will kick for touch.
46min - Another penalty for Samoa, just 25 metres out.
45min - Penalty at scrum time from Samoa and it will give them a great attacking chance.
45min - Forward pass from Scotland - Samoa scrum.
43min - Really good work from Somoa on attack and Fidow was looking lethal but superb work at the breakdown and they concede a penalty.
41min - Mistake from Hogg and Samoa have a lineout at around halfway.
41min - Back underway for the second half.
45min - Great defence from Samoa and they win a penalty and will kick it out.
42min - Two-straight penalties inside the Samoan 22, be careful is the word from the ref - Scotland kick to the corner again.
40min - Penalty won on half way from Scotland and they will kick for the corner.
38min - What a play, Samoa clear - Maitland finds Hogg who puts in a massive droppy and it's over. Scotland 20 - 0 Samoa
37min - Lovely from Hogg as he makes a kick in behind and puts Samoa under pressure, they clear through Pisi.
35min - TRY - Scotland, Russell makes the initial break and finds Ritchie who slips it to the halfback who bounces out of a tackle and Greig Laidlaw scores. Kick is good. Scotland 17 - 0 Samoa.
34min - Now it's Samoa who knock the ball on and Scotland are hot on attack.
30min - TRY - Scotland, their first try of the tournament, under advantage they go to the air and a cross kick finds Maitland who scores. Kick is good. Scotland 10 - 0 Samoa.
29min - Handling issues from Scotland here, so many numbers left but they can't hold onto it and Samoa clear.
28min - Nice play from Scotland as they all shift right and Maitland can't link up with Graham but Scotland win a lineout.
25min - Really good work at the breakdown from Scotland, Jamie Ritchie wins the penalty, lineout on halfway, Scotland throw.
23min - Scotland really struggling with holding onto the ball, another knock on and Samoa will have another scrum.
22min - Samoa clear from the scrum - another good kick from TNW.
20min - Another knock on from Scotland, another good passage of play but the humidity claims another victim, lots of knock ons from the heat - it makes the ball so slippery.
19min - Samoa do well from their own 22 to get a nice clearance away, Scotland lineout.
16min - Lovely kick from Tim Nanai-Williams and Scotland take a quick lineout.
15min - Another Scotland knock on but Samoa clear.
13min - From the scrum and Samoa win the penalty, good chance for them to clear from their own half.
13min - Jack Lam seems to be fine and is back on the field.
13min - Dusty play there, Scotland knock the ball on in the tackle and Samoa will have a scrum.
12min - Scotland dont seem to be putting many defenders in the breakdown.
11min - Turnover won from Scotland but they lose the ball and the penalty - Samoa will kick for touch. Maitland played the ball on the ground.
8min - Penalty for Scotland here and they will kick for points - It's good. Scotland 3 - 0 Samoa.
6min - Good work from Scotland, they keep the pressure on after a kick from Russell in behind.
5min - Knock on from Samoa but Scotland carry on with the advantage.
3min - Samoa captain Jack Lam is going off the field for an HIA after a head clash in the tackle.
3min - Quick pace from Scotland to start the game and Graham makes a lovely break down the right but they lose the ball and Samoa will have a scrum.
1min - Off the lineout Scotland gather the ball and clear through Laidlaw.
1min - Kickoff here in Kobe.
11:13pm Anthems are done and we are moments away.
Kia ora, good evening and welcome to Newshub's coverage of the Rugby World Cup clash between Scotland and Samoa from Kobe.
TAB Odds: Scotland $1.13 Samoa $5.40
Pre-match banter: Scotland ring the changes for do or die clash with Samoa
Magnus Bradbury will go straight into the Scotland line-up for Monday's vital World Cup clash with Samoa after Gregor Townsend reacted to his side's thrashing from Ireland by changing his entire loose forward trio.
The Edinburgh flanker was a late call-up to the squad after replacing Hamish Watson, who has travelled home early after suffering a serious knee injury in Scotland's disastrous World Cup opener in Yokohama.
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Bradbury will start on the blindside flank at Kobe's Misaki Stadium.
Watson's slot on the openside goes to Jamie Ritchie while vice captain John Barclay and Ryan Wilson have also lost their places in the starting XV after being out-muscled by Joe Schmidt's men in a galling 27-3 defeat.
New Zealand-born Blade Thomson, a replacement against Ireland, is now starting at No.8 against the Pacific Islanders.
Townsend has also made two changes in the backline, with centre Chris Harris and winger Darcy Graham taking over from Tommy Seymour and Duncan Taylor.
Scotland: 1-Allan Dell, 2-Stuart McInally, 3-William Nel, 4-Grant Gilchrist, 5-Jonny Gray, 6-Magnus Bradbury, 7-Jamie Ritchie, 8-Blade Thomson, 9-Greig Laidlaw, 10-Finn Russell, 11-Sean Maitland, 12-Sam Johnson, 13-Chris Harris, 14-Darcy Graham, 15-Stuart Hogg
Reserves: 16-Fraser Brown, 17-Gordon Reid, 18-Zander Fagerson, 19-Scott Cummings, 20-Ryan Wilson, 21-George Horne, 22-dam Hastings, 23-Duncan Taylor.
Samoa: 1-Logovii Mulipola, 2-Ray Niuia, 3-Mike Alaalatoa, 4-Filo Paulo, 5-Kane Le'aupepe, 6- Chris Vui, 7-TJ Ioane, 8-Jack Lam, 9-Melani Matavao, 10-Tusi Pisi, 11-Ed Fidow, 12-Henry Taefu, 13-Alapati Leiua, 14-Belgium Tuatagaloa, 15-Tim Nanai-Williams
Reserves: 16-Seilala Lam, 17-Paul Alo-Emile, 18-Jordan Lay, 19-Piula Faasalele, 20-Josh Tyrell, 21-Pele Cowley, 22-Ulupano Seuteni, 23-Kieron Fonotia.