Pete Horne will replace the injured Finn Rusell at fly-half as Scotland make four changes for their Six Nations match with France in Paris.
Scotland fly-half Finn Russell is out of Saturday's Six Nations match against France after he failed a concussion test while playing for French side Racing 92.
Finn Russell is a major doubt for Scotland's Six Nations clash with France on Saturday after he suffered a head injury playing for club side Racing 92.
Scotland midfielder Huw Jones is set to miss the remainder of the Six Nations, but head coach Gregor Townsend is hopeful that injured Stuart Hogg can still play a part in the campaign.
Scotland back-row Ryan Wilson has been ruled out for the remainder of the Six Nations with a knee ligament injury.
Jonny May's hat-trick against France means he tops the point-scoring charts in ESPN Fantasy Rugby -- but who else joined the England winger in the best XV of Week 2?
Ireland flyhalf Johnny Sexton should recover swiftly from a head injury sustained against Scotland, coach Joe Schmidt said.
The defending Six Nations champions got back on track after last weekend's defeat by England, with three tries helping them overcome Scotland at Murrayfield.
Changes across the Six Nations teams have caused a bit of a headache for Fantasy managers. Here are the answers to some serious questions ahead of Week 2.
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Blair Kinghorn topped the point-scoring charts thanks to his hat-trick for Scotland -- but who else should you have picked in your Fantasy Rugby team? Here's the best XV of Week 1.
Winger Blair Kinghorn scored a hat-trick of tries and pivot Finn Russell provided decisive moments of genius as Scotland got their Six Nations campaign off to a winning start.
This marks the start of the sport's biggest year, with the Rugby World Cup hovering later in the calendar.
It's literally hours away. The Six Nations, that is. France and Wales kick off the 2019 men's tournament in Paris on Friday evening.
Sam Johnson will make his international debut for Scotland in the Six Nations opening match against Italy in Edinburgh on Saturday.
It is now as easy to measure the countdown to the Six Nations in hours as in days, with the first match - France v Wales - kicking off in Paris on Friday evening.
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Scotland have made three changes to their Six Nations squad ahead of the opening match against Italy on the weekend.
In Fantasy Rugby you can only pick a maximum of four players from any one country -- so who should be prioritised?
The secret to picking a winning Fantasy Rugby team is more than simply recognising those players who will earn you those big points - it's also about knowing which players you would be wise to avoid.
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Having trouble picking your Fantasy Rugby XV? Perhaps remembering the best performing team of Fantasy Rugby 2018 could be a source of inspiration.
- SCOT2ndTRIES SCORED 1st England : 10 Tries ScoredENG1st610
- SCOT3rdPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st England : 48 Points DifferenceENG1st448