Korea v Hong Kong streamed live, The third match of the ARC 2018 Championship will be streamed live on Asia Rugby’s Facebook page.
Hong Kong and Korea will both be out to maintain their 100% records in the competition when the sides meet in Incheon on Saturday.
Hong Kong are again the away side having traveled from Malaysia where they beat the hosts 67-8 at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, the 87,5000 capacity stadium built for the 1998 Commonwealth Games.
This weekend presents another opportunity for both Hong Kong and Korea to put their stake in the ground in their attempt to qualify for Rugby World Cup 2019.
With a play-off against the Cook Islands for the winner, the hard work continues for both sides with the visitors the slight favourites based on their World Rugby rankings.
The winner of the play-off will then head to the Rugby World Cup repechage for a spot at Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan.
Korea and Hong Kong have faced each other 23 times in the past, with Korea winning 12 of their previous meetings.
Despite being ranked below Hong, Korea will look to gain their first win over their opponents since 2015.
You can watch the game live on Asia Rugby’s Facebook channel, with the match being streamed around the world.
The match will kick-off at 16:30 local time (09:30 GMT). You can stream the match here: http://bit.ly/ARC-Live
As well as the live stream, preview interviews with both teams and footage from the captain’s runs will be made available ahead of the match, with highlights posted shortly after.