Good morning!

The Rugby World Cup is here and we've been working through the night bringing you all the latest news from Japan.

You can follow our live coverage from the Wales camp and beyond here, but these are the main headlines for you this morning.

Georgia talk tactics

Georgia's head coach has outlined plans to use their scrum as a "weapon" against Wales in Monday's Pool D clash.

Milton Haig's side are taking confidence from their narrow defeat to Wales in 2017, which saw a weakened Welsh team scrape through 13-6 in Cardiff.

Now, they plan to take their strengths from their last outing in Wales and use the power of their scrum, line-out and defence to their advantage.

Wales' plan to overcome it

On the subject of scrums, Wales' own Tomas Francis has offered some insight into his side's recent woes in the four warm up matches.

The Exeter Chiefs tight-head has suggested a recent scrum rule change may have been the source of the problem by causing Wales to read too much into it.

Despite some recent wobbles though, Francis insists Wales are up for the challenge after working hard to address the issue.

Scott Quinnell makes his predictions

Scott Quinnell played his last game for Wales when Aaron Wainwright was five years of age.

But that hasn't stopped the him from singling him out as the player he expects to pull out all the stops.

Speaking in an interview promoting the School of Hard Knocks, the former Lions player praised the youngster for his efforts in Wales' four warm ups.

New boys on the block

Damian Penaud is set to make a big entrance

Joining Quinnell with his predictions, our rugby correspondent Simon Thomas has been busy scouting out the newest players set to take the Rugby World Cup by storm.

From New Zealand's Sevu Reece to the host nation's Yu Tamura, you can get his full break-down here.

The man with the lovespoon

Rhys Carre after receiving his Rugby World Cup cap
Rhys Carre after receiving his Rugby World Cup cap

At the tender age of 21, Wales' youngest player Rhys Carre has a big responsibility on his shoulders.

That's because, as per tradition, it's his responsibility to carry a Welsh lovespoon wherever he goes .

Speaking to journalists out in Japan, he revealed how it's also brought out the mischievous side in his fellow team mates.

Join us on every step of the way as Wales bid for glory in Japan.

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And finally...

The Wales players meet the kids
The Wales players meet the kids

A lot of the Wales players are on a day off as they enjoy some sightseeing and fishing, but three players are once again out in the community of Kitakyushu.

Alun Wyn Jones, Ken Owens and Cory Hill are meeting schoolchildren, giving a rugby demonstration and holding a Q&A at Sayagatani Elementary School.