The atmosphere in tense at Hawick RFC as Scotland try to fight back against Samoa.
The club is filled with Scotland fans and All Blacks fans who are visiting Scotland as part of their rugby tour.
Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg played for Hawick from a young age, before being called up to represent his country.
Thousands of fans, hundreds of flags, dozens of bagpipes and lots of tartan. Click here for a fan's picture gallery from Scotland v Samoa.Read the full story ›
It's all eyes on the big screen in Hawick as they prepare to cheer on local hero Stuart Hogg and the rest of the Scotland squad.
The Borders fans have been joined by 25 All Black supporters who've been touring the UK with their rugby group.
Thousands of Scottish rugby fans have descended on Newcastle for their team's final pool match against Samoa.
Victory will guarantee Scotland a place in the quarter-finals.
Coverage of Scotland v Samoa starts at 2pm on ITV.
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Scotland are just hours away from a game which could see them reach the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup.
The men in blue take on Samoa in their final pool match at St James' Park in Newcastle.
Three Borderers are once again in the squad, with Greig Laidlaw captaining his side. In their match against South Africa, full-back Stuart Hogg and hooker Ross Ford were taken off with injuries.
However, they will both start for Scotland today after being given the all-clear by team medics.
Thousands of Scotland fans are already on their way to Newcastle to support their team, knowing that a win will secure them a place in the quarter-finals.
Their opponents, Samoa, cannot qualify and will be without one of their key players, Alesana Tuilagi, who's been suspended for foul play.
ITV coverage begins at 2pm with kick-off at 2.30pm.
Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw is calling upon his team to 'do it for the fans' and clinch qualification for the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup.
The Scots face Samoa in their final match in Pool B at St James' Park in Newcastle on Saturday, knowing a win would guarantee their progression to the knockout stages.
Tens of thousands of Scots are expected to travel to Newcastle for the game, giving Laidlaw and his teammates a strong support base.
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Its not just in the World Cup that all the rugby action's taking place.
New Scottish Rugby figures show the number of competitive matches played at youth level by Scottish schools and clubs has doubled in the past month compared to September 2014.
ITV Border's sports reporter Ryan Dollard has been following a Scotland team - with a strong Scottish Borders contingent - to their Rugby World Cup match in Newcastle.
He got more than he bargained for chatting to these fans:
South Africa 34 - 16 Scotland
A strong performance from South Africa gave them the lead against Scotland at half time, but Scotland have made an excellent start to the second half.
Bismarck du Plessis got the opening try for the Springboks, after a lengthy stoppage by the television match official. Handre Pollard's conversion gave them a seven point lead.
Pollard kicked two penalties to extend the lead, before Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw pulled three points back, bringing it to 13-3.
South Africa tight-head prop Jannie du Plessis then clattered Fraser Brown in the ruck, and was sent to the sin-bin.
The penalty was too far out for Jedburgh's Laidlaw, who fell short.
Then, on the stroke of half time, South Africa's dreaded rolling maul heaved into action.
As the Scots tried desperately to fight back, the ball was moved out the back and JP Pietersen had a simple finish.
The conversion was easy for Pollard, sending the Springboks into the break 20-3 up.
Shortly after the restart scrum-half Greig Laidlaw scored another penalty, and in the 48th minute Tommy Seymour sent St James' Park into raptures, finishing from close range after Duncan Weir embarked on a mazy run after stealing a pass.
Laidlaw converted, but Pollard pulled the Springboks ahead again with a drop goal, taking it to 23-13.
Greig Laidlaw then had a moment to forget, getting a yellow card for pulling down JP Pietersen as he tried to escape down the wing.
But far from panicking, Scotland closed the gap further - Duncan Weir's penalty bringing it back to 23-16.
South Africa hit back instantly with another Pollard penalty restoring the ten point lead, and yet another taking it to 29-16.
Then, in the 72nd minute, South Africa looked to have wrapped up the victory when Habana dived across the line on the left wing, before Scotland could push him into touch.
The Springboks held on to beat Scotland 34-16.