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Japan heads into Friday’s match against two-time world champion South Africa at Saitama Prefecture’s Kumagaya Rugby Stadium knowing it must find the right balance between attack and defense if it is to repeat its heroics of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

And defense coach Scott Hansen believes his partnership with attack guru Tony Brown is perfect for the style of rugby Japan head coach Jamie Joseph wants the Brave Blossoms to play.

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