Scotland team to play France: 2022 Six Nations - Ruck

Scotland team to play France: 2022 Six Nations

Gregor Townsend has named his Scotland team to play France as they look to bounce back from defeat at Murrayfield on Saturday.

Exeter Chiefs’ Sam Skinner replaces his club teammate Jonny Gray, who is ruled out through injury, in the second row and will partner Edinburgh Rugby’s Grant Gilchrist fresh from collecting his 50th cap in Cardiff.

Edinburgh Rugby duo Pierre Schoeman and Stuart McInally retain their front row berths from the Wales v Scotland match with Glasgow Warriors’ Zander Fagerson returning to the starting line-up.

Glasgow Warriors centre Sione Tuipulotu starts for a second consecutive game at inside centre, alongside Gloucester Rugby’s Chris Harris in midfield.

Worcester Warriors’ Duhan van der Merwe continues on the left wing with Edinburgh’s Darcy Graham occupying the right-wing position after his try scoring appearance in Wales.

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When is Scotland v France?

Saturday, February 26.

What time is kick-off?

2.15pm GMT.

What TV channel is Scotland v France on?

BBC.

Predicted score:

Scotland 10-20 France

Who is the referee?

  • Referee: Karl Dickson (RFU)
  • Assistant Referee 1: Luke Pearce (RFU)
  • Assistant Referee 2: Chris Busby (IRFU)
  • TMO: Tom Foley (RFU)

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15. Stuart Hogg – Exeter Chiefs – (Captain) – 90 caps

14. Darcy Graham – Edinburgh Rugby – 24 caps

13. Chris Harris – Gloucester Rugby – 33 caps

12. Sione Tuipulotu – Glasgow Warriors – 3 caps

11. Duhan van der Merwe – Worcester Warriors – 15 caps

10. Finn Russell – Racing 92 – (Vice-Captain) – 60 caps

9. Ali Price – Glasgow Warriors – 48 caps

1. Pierre Schoeman – Edinburgh Rugby – 6 caps

2. Stuart McInally – Edinburgh Rugby – 45 caps

3. Zander Fagerson – Glasgow Warriors – 44 caps

4. Sam Skinner – Exeter Chiefs – 17 caps

5. Grant Gilchrist – Edinburgh Rugby – (Vice-Captain) – 50 caps

6. Rory Darge – Glasgow Warriors – 1 cap

7. Hamish Watson – Edinburgh Rugby – 47 caps

8. Magnus Bradbury – Edinburgh Rugby – 16 caps

Replacements

16. George Turner – Glasgow Warriors – 22 caps

17. Oli Kebble – Glasgow Warriors – 11 caps

18. WP Nel – Edinburgh Rugby – 45 caps

19. Jamie Hodgson – Edinburgh Rugby – 3 caps

20. Nick Haining – Edinburgh Rugby – 10 caps

21. Ben White – London Irish – 2 caps

22. Blair Kinghorn – Edinburgh Rugby – 29 caps

23. Mark Bennett – Edinburgh Rugby – 22 caps

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