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Ireland skipper Rory Best is taking a philosophical approach to Saturday’s critical clash with Samoa, keeping calm as Typhoon Hagibis wreaks havoc on the Rugby World Cup schedule.

Ireland must score a bonus point win (with four tries) to keep their fate in their own hands in a three-way battle for two quarterfinal spots from the hotly contested Pool A.

Scotland and Japan, the two other contenders, will not know until hours before kick-off on Sunday whether their game will go ahead as the typhoon powers towards their Yokohama venue.

Ireland will definitely play their match in Fukuoka and this “probably makes it easier” for Ireland, according to Best.

“We go out, we play our game. You assume the Scotland-Japan game goes ahead on Sunday and, if it doesn’t, you cross that bridge when you come to it.”

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