Cheslin Kolbe talks about facing Kotaro Matsushima and Kenki Fukuoka, while Herschel Jantjies highlights the need to nullify the pace of the Japan attacking game.
Duane Vermeulen on the loose-forward battle and Japan’s goal to play a high-tempo game, while Willie le Roux says the Boks have their own ‘Ferraris’.
We look at what happened in Tokyo on Monday and Tuesday as the Springboks build toward their quarter-final clash with Japan.
Five of the best tries scored during the pool stage of the 2019 World Cup, featuring South Africa, Wales, New Zealand and Japan.
Check out this Proudly South African video of the Ndlovu Youth Choir singing for the Springboks in a call for them to bring the World Cup home.
Rassie Erasmus on Japan’s progression to the quarter-finals, their strengths as a cohesive unit and how conditions might affect the contest on Sunday.
A look back at some of the biggest stories in the world of rugby over the past weekend. Catch up with the news here.
Check out this different view of Japan’s stunning try in animation from Sunday’s famous win over Scotland.
Japan fans celebrated wildly across the nation after the home team qualified for the quarter-finals. Can you spot the one supporter doing a somersault at the famous Shibuya crossing?
Japan progressed to the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time in history after claiming a stunning 28-21 victory against Scotland.