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Clearly still in shock from yesterday's miraculous win over South Africa, the Japanese rugby team were in need of a cold shower this morning.
Viewer David Turner shot this video this morning of the squad going for a swim off Brighton beach. Although not all of them seemed keen to go all the way in!
Brighton's hosting what it hopes will be a repeat of yesterday's excitement at the Community Stadium.
Today's clash between Samoa and the USA is unlikely to provide the same spectacular upset as yesterday when Japan beat South Africa.
But thousands of fans are arriving at the stadium to be part of the World Cup atmosphere. Including Captain America.
Kick off is at 12.00 in the Pool B match.
With kick off between South Africa and Japan at 1645 on Saturday afternoon fans of the two nations and rugby fans in general are arriving in Brighton for the match.
Thousands are also expected on the beach to watch games on a big screen in the designated 'fan zone'.
Thousands of rugby fans are at Waterloo making the trip to the Twickenham opening of the World Cup. The station is on the line to Windsor and Reading.
Regular passengers were asked to consider changing travel during the rush hour to avoid crowding.
While Waterloo is extremely busy, services and the flow of passengers is working well.
Many appear to have heeded the travel advice.
ITV's Rugby World Cup 2015 app is live! It's free to download and available for both iOS and Android mobile devices (available now from their respective app stores – search for 'ITV rugby').
The app, sponsored jointly by Land Rover and SSE, features the latest news, video highlights of every match, and up-to-the-minute Opta stats. There's also a fun swipe kicking game, Kick It! (sponsored by Specsavers), for you to play, which will keep you occupied on your commute as you try for a new personal best.
During match broadcasts you will be able to play along LIVE with the action: vote on Television Match Official (TMO) calls and other key moments in real time! The kicking game will also appear live, giving you the chance to kick for goal from the same position on the pitch as the real kicks are taken.
If you want to watch RWC 2015 matches live on your mobile device (iOS and Android), you can do so via our existing ITV Player app.
The Rugby World Cup begins tonight and this weekend Brighton will host two matches - South Africa against Japan on Saturday and Samoa versus the USA on Sunday. Tickets at the Amex Stadium are sold out but fans can watch all the weekend's action, including tomorrow night's opening ceremony, on big screens at a fan zone on Brighton Beach.
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Young rugby players from Southampton had the experience of a lifetime when they took part in the Rugby World Cup's Opening Ceremony.
The Japan and Samoa teams have been officially welcomed to the Rugby World Cup during ceremonies at Brighton Dome.