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Scotland vs France, Six Nations 2024: Kick-off time, TV channel, 𝙻ive stream, team news, lineups, h2h, odds Murrayfield clash kicks off round two, with the hosts looking for back-to-back wins.



While Scotland kicked off their Six Nations campaign with a victory that felt like a defeat, France began with a defeat that felt disastrous. And so there’s a real air of mystery surrounding their meeting at Murrayfield on Saturday.

Les Bleus were the pre-tournament favourites, and despite suffering a record home hammering by Ireland in the curtain-raiser that leaves them 6th in the standings, they haven’t become a terrible team overnight.

It’s worth remembering that they had to play the majority of the game a man down after the early dismissal of Paul Willemse, though if Antoine Dupont was invaluable before, his stock has climbed further still in his absence. Scotland have major questions to answer too, after going 27-0 up against a deeply inexperienced Wales team, only to then allow 26 points in a row in a shocking second-half display, which featured a pair of red cards and 14 penalties – in a row – and a precious bonus point. Finn Russell was majestic with the ball, whether it was in his hands or off the tee, though the Scots look short of leadership

Les Bleus make the trip to Murrayfield still reeling from their 38-17 demolition by Ireland in Marseille on opening night that already put the defending Grand Slam champions in pole position to claim another title. It was Ireland’s biggest-ever win in France, with tries from Damian Penaud and Paul Gabrillagues keeping things close at times, but Fabien Galthie’s side - missing the inspirational Antoine Dupont- were ultimately blown away as they could not cope with 14 men following the first-half sending off of lock Paul Willemse for two yellow cards for hits to the head.

France will be desperate to keep their title hopes a𝙻ive on Saturday, but face a tough test away against an unpredictable Scotland team that displayed their Jekyll and Hyde nature with a true game of two halves against Wales.

Gregor Townsend’s men raced into an impressive 27-0 lead as they hunted a first win in Cardiff since 2002, getting a brace of tries from Duhan van der Merwe and 12 points from Finn Russell plus another try from prop Pierre Schoeman.

However, what followed was a hugely concerning collapse that saw a young Welsh team hit back after the break through four tries from James Botham, Rio Dyer, Aaron Wainwright and Alex Mann, with Scotland escaping with a one-point win at the Principality Stadium as the hosts’ epic comeback fell agonisingly just short.


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