Rugby World Cup 2019: Live updates - Wales v Uruguay

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Wales 35 - 13 Uruguay

Full time!

85min - TRY - Wales, Gareth Davies takes the quick tap, steps two defenders and scores! Kick is good. Wales 35 - 13 Uruguay. 

79min - Another knock on from Wales, lots of those tonight. 

78min - Amos with a lovely run down the left wing, he's on for all money but spills the pill trying to pull off a fancy run. 

74min - TRY - Wales, lovely try that should seal this game, Tomos Williams finishes it off after a lovely run from Leigh Halfpenny. Kick is good, Wales 28 - 13 Uruguay.

71min - TRY - Uruguay, lovely from the South Americans and it's the hooker German Kessler who scores! Kick is good. Wales 21 - 13 Uruguay. 

69min - Penalty to Uruguay, great work from the South Americans they kick to the corner. 

66min - TRY - Wales. From the lineout drive, they roll and there's a penalty try. Too easy for Wales. 

65min - Another penalty against Uruguay, Santiago Civetta is sent to the bin, too many penalties down this end is the call. 

63min - Uruguay win the turnover, they clear. 

60min - Knock on from Parkes there, silly mistake - horrible. 

57min - Another penalty won and Wales go quickly, they spin the ball left and a sure try is ruined by a forward pass. Uruguay scrum.  

55min - Wales go 13 phases before Uruguay come up with a nice turnover, Wales turn it back over. 

52min - Mistake from Uruguay, kick is too big and it's out on the full. Wales lineout around halfway. 

49min - TRY - Wales, after the big attack, Wales shift the ball left and they score through Josh Adams. Kick is good. Wales 14 - 6 Uruguay. 

47min - Knock on from Wales, Uruguay have the ball and they clear. 

46min - Josh Adams is taken out in the air, penalty won from Wales, they kick for touch.

45min - Nice work at the breakdown from Uruguay and they win a penalty. Great defence. 

44min - Very nice passage of attack from Wales and they're close now. 

42min - Wales win the first penalty of the second half, great work at the breakdown. They kick for goal. It hits the post! 

41min - Back underway for the second half. 

41min - Half time! Wales are well under the pump here. 

38min - Another penalty against Uruguay and they will kick for the points, it's good. Wales 7 - 6 Uruguay. 

35min - Big work at the breakdwown from Uruguay, they win a penalty and will kick for touch. 

33min - Another handling error, knock on against Uruguay. 

31min - Offside called against Wales, Uruguay will kick for touch, but it doesn't go out, a knock on from Wales, scrum Uruguay. 

29min - Wales do well to win the steal at the lineout and they clear through Davies. 

28min - Mistake from Wales, kicked out on the full and Uruguay will have a lineout 20 metres out. 

25min - Wales score a lovely try, but it's been cancelled because of a forward pass. Uruguay scrum. 

24min - Knock on the call against Uruguay as they try and break the Walsh defesive line, Wales scrum feed.

21min - Advantage and a penalty for Uruguay, a big chance for them, they kick for the points, it's good. Wales 7 - 3 Uruguay.  

20min - Knock on forced from Uruguay and they have a scrum feed. 

17min - TRY - Wales, another 12 phases from Wales and they finally break the line, too big and strong from close range. Nicky Smith scores. Kick is good. Wales 7 - 0 Uruguay. 

15min - It's good defence from Uruguay but they concede another penalty - final warning. 

13min - Another penalty for Wales, their third in five minutes - scrum called. 

11min - His legs are out, no try, penalty Wales. 

11min - The Walsh go to the blindside after the lineout, Aaron Shingler goes close. TMO has been called.

9min - Lots of knock ons early, from both sides, Wales looking more likely to open the scoring though - they win a penalty at scrum time and will kick for touch. 

8min - Another knock on from Wales, just guilty of looking for the perfect pass. 

5min - Over the line after some great attack, Wales knock the ball on, great work from Josh Adams and Aled Davies - Uruguay scrum. 

4min - Lots of forwards in this Walsh backline at the mo, good skills though. 

3min - More great skill from Wales, Bradley Davies silky running from the lock but he knocks the ball on in contact. 

1min - Good start from Wales, they put together a strong first attack but a knock on from Hallam Amos causes a scrum. 

1min - Kick off, we are underway! Let's go. 

9:14pm - National anthem time, I dont know too much about the Uruguay anthem, but it's pretty catchy - a marching band-esque tune. 


Kia ora, good evening and welcome to Newshub's coverage of the Rugby World Cup clash between Wales and Uruguay. 

TAB Odds: Wales $1.001 Uruguay $36

Pre-match chat: Japan v Scotland cleared to play by officials

Japan's highly anticipated Rugby World Cup match against Scotland will go ahead, with World Rugby officials deeming it safe to proceed.

The Pool A finale was under threat from Typhoon Hagibis, with a switch of dates already ruled out.

But the typhoon has blown over, and with an inspection of Yokohama Stadium complete, World Rugby has cleared it to be played, as planned, at 11:45pm (NZ time).

Fans have been advised to check transport arrangements before leaving home and plan to arrive early, because entry to the stadium will take longer than usual.

Organiers will operate "significantly reduced" spectator services - including catering and merchandise sales - due to limited venue staff availability.

Fans will be allowed to bring non-alcoholic beverage and food into the venue for personal consumption. 

Scottish Rugby had threatened to take legal action, if World Rugby cancelled the fixture, but is now understandably relieved with the decision to proceed.

"We are pleased our game v Japan is going ahead this evening," said a spokesperson. "It has obviously been an incredibly difficult night across large areas of Japan and Typhoon Hagibis certainly made its presence felt in Yokohama, where the team is staying.

"We pass on our best wishes to everyone affected by the strom and our friends in Japan, who continue to be great hosts."

Scotland must earn four more points than the host nation to progress to the quarter-finals. If they achieve that, they'll face the All Blacks in the quarter-finals.

But if Japan win or collect two bonus points, the All Blacks will face Ireland in the final eight.

While Namibia v Canada has been cancelled, the rest of the three Sunday fixtures will all be played.