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Gatland and Cotter have their teams out, let the arguments about the Millenium Stadium roof begin. The post Scotland v Wales: The Teams appeared first on Scottish Rugby Blog.
Dan Biggar talks to WRU TV about his recovery from injury and the constant icing required to be named in the Wales side to face Scotland
Wales Under 20 head coach Jason Strange has one eye on the future after naming five Under 18 players in his squad to face Scotland at Eirias Park tomorrow night.
Scotland have made just one change to their starting XV for Saturday’s clash with Wales as they prepare to bounce from their opening RBS 6 Nations defeat to England.
Theatrical Eddie Butler voiceovers, fair-weather arseholes in well-worn national shirts trotting out cliches they read in the Telegraph last week, Wales beating Scotland – these are all fixtures of the annual festival of rugby we call the Six Nations. Really?
EXCLUSIVE: rugby365's law guru, Paul Dobson, takes a look at a mistaken drop-out in the Six Nations game between England and Scotland.
NEWS: Saracens centre Duncan Taylor replaced Edinburgh's Matt Scott in the only change to the Scotland team for Saturday's Six Nations showdown with Wales in Cardiff.
This week our Rugby TacticsÂ series is looking at Englandâ€™s use of Exit Strategies in their opening Six Nations game against Scotland. While England got off to a winning start everything was far from, Rosy (pun intended). They struggled to control the flow of the game, being placed under a lot of pressure by a valiant Scotland who sadly once again came up short
Wales have named an unchanged starting XV from the side that drew with Ireland on the opening weekend of the RBS 6 Nations to take on Scotland on Saturday. Dan Biggar has recovered from an ankle injury, which forced him from the field at the Aviva Stadium, to start Wales’ second game of the championship whilst Jonathan Davies will […]
; Wales U20’s side take on Scotland on home turf at Parc Eirias on Friday (6.30pm) after winning their opening game against Ireland last weekend. Joe Thomas comes in at outside centre, with Harri Millard moving to inside centre.
NEWS: Flyhalf Dan Biggar was named in an unchanged Wales starting XV for Saturday's Six Nations clash with Scotland in Cardiff after overcoming an ankle injury.
Wales have today announced an unchanged starting XV to face Scotland this Saturday as fly-half Dan Biggar has been passed fit to play. During the squad announcement this morning, the WRU were pleased to announce that despite having to be removed from play after only 20 minutes after receiving a knock to his ankle off […] The post Wales Vs Scotland: Team news appeared first on Read Rugby Union.
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has named a team with one change for this weekend’s Six Nations match against Wales in Cardiff on Saturday. Saracens 26-year-old back Taylor comes in to the starting line up replacing Matt Scott and partnering Mark Bennett. Scott injured his quad in training yesterday so he drops out of the […] The post Scotland make one change for Wales in Six Nations appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.
Dan Biggar has recovered from his ankle injury and will start at fly-half for Wales’ Six Nations match against Scotland on Saturday. The Ospreys star was forced off the pitch in the opening exchanges of the 16-16 draw against Ireland in Dublin last Sunday but his recovery means Warren Gatland was able to name an […]
Duncan Taylor has been named in Scotland’s starting XV to take on Wales in Cardiff this Saturday. The Saracens centre has been promoted from the bench by head coach Vern Cotter following injury to Matt Scott. The only other change to the matchday squad comes from the bench with Sean Lamont taking the vacated seat
Fly-half Dan Biggar will feature in an unchanged Wales team for Saturday’s RBS 6 Nations clash against Scotland at the Principality Stadium.
Wales head home on Saturday afternoon and have included George North in an unchanged starting XV to tackle Scotland in the second round of Six Nations games. The Saints wing was involved in last weekend’s entertaining 16-all draw in Dublin and resumes on the right flank at Principality Stadium.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland has retained the starting team that played to a draw with Ireland in their Six Nations opener for Scotland on Saturday. There was concern for Dan Biggar who injured his ankle early in the match and had to leave the field in Dublin and was replaced by Rhys Priestland.