Scotland promise to 'smash' Johnny Sexton in World Cup opener 
Scotland have promised to “smash” Johnny Sexton in Sunday’s Rugby World Cup pool showdown but have also put referee Wayne Barnes on notice of possible Irish illegality at ruck time.
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