ITALY
NO.NAME
15Matteo Minozzi, FB
T
14Tommaso Benvenuti, W
13Giulio Bisegni, C
12Tommaso Castello, C
11Mattia Bellini, W
10Tommaso Allan, FH
T
2
3
2
9Marcello Violi, SH
1Andrea Lovotti, P
2Leonardo Ghiraldini, H
3Simone Ferrari, P
4Alessandro Zanni, L
5Dean Budd, L
6Sebastian Negri, FL
7Jake Polledri, FL
8Sergio Parisse, N8
Replacements
16Oliviero Fabiani, R
17Nicola Quaglio, R
18Tizano Pasquali, R
19Braam Steyn, R
20Giovanni Licata, R
21Guglielmo Palazzani, R
22Carlo Canna, R
23Jayden Hayward, R

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: Stadio Olimpico
12:30 PM, March 17, 2018
Capacity: 82,307

Match Commentary

81'27-29 End of second half
80'That's all from Rome - Italy finish bottom of the Six Nations with just one losing bonus point (this one) to show for their efforts. As things stand, Scotland are second, but a win for either France or Wales (who play each other) will bump them to third. And a win for England would leave them fourth. That's where we are headed next -- Twickenham, for England vs. Ireland. Join us here for full coverage of Ireland's attempt to win the Grand Slam.
80'Sergio Parisse suffers his 100th Test defeat. He looks utterly spent. Italy can't quite believe they've lost this. And Scotland aren't doing very much celebrating either -- they realise how close they came to letting a positive Six Nations campaign end on a massive negative.

Match Stats

ITALY
Possession
SCOT
47%
53%
Territory
48%
52%
ITALY
SCOT
146Runs153
430Metres Run381
8Clean Breaks8
205Tackles173
20Missed Tackles15
3Turnover Knock On8

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