Scotland prepare for second Test against Japan in Tokyo

John Beattie reports from Tokyo as Scotland's rugby players prepare to take on Japan in the second and final Test of their tour.

Gordon Reid reveals that his partner was not entirely happy when he had to leave her at short notice to join the squad as a replacement for the injured Alasdair Dickinson, while captain Greig Laidlaw suggests that Scotland will have learned plenty of lessons from winning last weekend first Test 26-13.

Meanwhile, Akira Shimazu, president of the organising committee of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, suggests that finding accommodation for all the fans who travel over is likely to be a significant challenge.

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