Scotland welcome France for the last match at Murrayfield of a double-header between the two nations as part of their 2019 Rugby World Cup warm-up this weekend.
Scotland host France in Murrayfield on Saturday 24 August Kick-off 13:10 BST, to be an intriguing World Cup warm-up clash for both sides.
France smashed Scotland (32 – 03 ) at Sat, 17 Aug at Nice in France of the first match world cup warm-up 2019. France also defeat Scotland 27-10 at stade de france in the six nations championship 2019.
Gregor Townsend mens will not only be looking to win this match over France, but also put on a convincing show for their home supporters.
Scotland take on France at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh on Saturday 24th August 2019, Kick-off: 13:10 BST, 15:00 local, 14:00 GMT.
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Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend has made 14 changes to the line-up for the World Cup warm-up fixture at Murrayfield on Saturday after crushing 32-3 loss to France in Nice. On the other hand, France have made only four changes, with captain Guilhem Guirado, Felix Lambey, Arthur Iturria and Thomas Ramos.
Scotland: S Hogg, B Thomson, C Harris, P Horne, S Maitland, T Seymour, F Russell, G Laidlaw (captain), G Reid, G Turner, W Nel, S Cummings, S Skinner, R Wilson, H Watson.
Replacements: A Dell, B Kinghorn, G Stewart, G Gilchrist, J Barclay, G Horne, S Berghan, R Hutchinson.
France: J Poirot, Camille Chat, Rabah Slimani, P Cabrillagues, S Vahaamahina, Francois Cros, C Ollivon, G Alldritt, A Dupont, C Lopez, Alivereti Raka, Wesley Fofana, G Fickou, D Penaud, M Medard.
Replacements: P Mauvaka, Dany Priso, E Setiano, Felix Lambey, L Picamoles, B Serin, R Ntamack, T Ramos.
France’s impressive record over Scotland, it comes as no surprise that they are heavy favourites to win this weekend. France have won the last two encounters between the two sides and won in the French capital since 2001. Scotland have only beaten Les Bleus two times in the last 10 years.
France earn a 10th consecutive victory against Scotland between 2007 – 2015, it will be their longest-ever winn ing streak over Scotland. France’s largest winning margin over Scotland is 42 points. The Scot’s largest winning margin is 28 points.
Total of 94 games played between France and Scotland since 1910. France 55 time wins, 36 time wins Scotland and 3 draws as of August 2019.