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British & Irish Lions team of the week

The battle for the British & Irish Lions jerseys was an interesting side note to a brilliant Six Nations weekend, but it must have caused a welcomed selection problem for Warren Gatland.

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Scotland's Hardie to miss remainder of 6N

John Hardie joins fellow Scotland internationals Greig Laidlaw and Josh Strauss on the sidelines for the remainder of the Six Nations after sustaining a knee injury in Saturday's win over Wales.

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Cotter hails Scotland's character in Wales win

Scotland coach Vern Cotter heaped praise on how his side responded to pressure as they turned a four point half-time deficit into a 16 point win over Wales at Murrayfield.

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Barclay: Scotland can beat anyone

Confidence is sky high in Scotland after Vern Cotter's side stunned Wales 29-13 to move to two wins in the Six Nations Championship.

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John Barclay to captain Scotland

Vern Cotter has named John Barclay as captain and has made five changes to the Scotland team to face Wales in the Six Nations clash at Murrayfield on Saturday.

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Huw Jones hoping to surprise Wales

Scotland's Huw Jones hopes the element of surprise can help him shock Wales at Murrayfield on Saturday.

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Fantasy Rugby: Who to pick for Week 3

A trio of Irishmen dominated the second round of the 2017 Fantasy Six Nations, leaving some important questions to be answered regarding who you should pick for Week 3.

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Dunbar: Scotland need to step up without Laidlaw

Alex Dunbar believes Scotland's experienced players need to take on extra responsibility with captain Greig Laidlaw and Josh Strauss ruled out of the rest of the Six Nations.

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British & Irish Lions team of the week

With the Six Nations taking a week off, it was back to Aviva Premiership and PRO12 action this weekend. But who impressed?

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Lions to face Blues, Crusaders All Blacks

New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen has stated no Crusaders or Blues All Blacks will be prevented from lining up for their Super Rugby teams against Warren Gatland's British & Irish Lions.

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Scotland's Strauss ruled out of 6N

Scotland dealt second major injury blow of the week with No. 8 Josh Strauss joining captain Greig Laidlaw on the sidelines for the remainder of the Six Nations.

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Edinburgh agree new deal with Tom Brown

Edinburgh Rugby back Tom Brown has agreed a new two-year deal which will tie him to the capital outfit until at least May 2019.

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Ford: Scotland can cope without Laidlaw

Scotland hooker Ross Ford insists Scotland will not be left rudderless with captain Greig Laidlaw ruled out of the remainder of the Six Nations.

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Bennett to swap Glasgow for Edinburgh

Glasgow have announced that Scotland internationalists Mark Bennett, Josh Strauss and Gordon Reid will depart at the end of the season.

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Laidlaw among Scotland injury doubts

Scotland are counting the cost of their 22-16 defeat to France with Greig Laidlaw among six injury concerns ahead of their Six Nations clash with Wales in two weeks time.

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Dan Biggar the man to counter Beauden Barrett for Lions

If the British & Irish Lions are to have any chance against the All Blacks this year they must find a pivot who can counter the ingenuity, skill and vision of Beauden Barrett.

2017 RankingsSix Nations

  • SCOT2nd
    TRIES SCORED 1st Ireland : 12 Tries Scored
  • SCOT5th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Ireland : 48 Points Difference