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Scotland confirm 2014 Test schedule
ESPN Staff
December 20, 2013
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Scotland have confirmed their summer schedule with the team playing four Tests.

They will kick-off against the US Eagles in Houston on June 7 and will then tackle Canada a week later in Toronto. Argentina are next up on June 21 with South Africa on the following Saturday - both venues are yet to be confirmed.

The Scottish Rugby Union has also revealed the autumn Test schedule for 2014 which will see Scotland face Argentina on November 8, New Zealand a week later and then Tonga on November 22.

"We're waiting confirmation from our counterparts in Argentina and South Africa as to where our Test matches will be staged," Gavin Scott, the Scotland team manager, said. "I know from my own planning trip to North America that there's a lot of excitement in both the US and Canada about our Tests there and I'm sure Scotland supporters will be out in force at all of our summer Tests."

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