Okay, so before we repeat things said in one thread after another. Here's a thread to talk about the Typhoon, it's impact on the matches and anything else. I think that the organisers are in a very tough spot because of this: They have to consider the safety of the players, fans, organisers and the stadiums. It's not that simple to move it to another location, especially if the other location is also under threat of being hit by the Typhoon. It must be a logistical nightmare to move a match to another venue, and the Country is already filled to capacity with tourists watching the tournament. So far 2 games have been called off. New Zealand vs. Italy, and France vs. England. Now both these matches don't really have an impact on the tournament going forward as New Zealand, France and England were already secured a spot in the Quarter Finals, and Italy have already been knocked out. According to tournament organiser, Alan Gilpin, all 4 of the matches to be played on Sunday are on review, as they all could be hit by the typhoon, some harder than others. But it's clear that they are not going to make a premature call if it's not necessary to make it yet. I think the issue is that they don't want to eliminate a team due to a force of nature, so they are taking the necessary precautions, but also trying to keep the tournament in tact as best they can.