Changing Room Chat: Australia crowd in bottom five

SCOTLAND’S win over Australia was watched by their fifth-lowest home attendance in 110 years – a crowd of 11,110.

The Scots have only attracted a lower attendance on four occasions since a 1902 match against Wales at Cappielow saw 5,284 watch a 5-1 win. Scotland’s 1-0 defeat to Wales at Kilmarnock’s Rugby Park in 1997 pulled 9,013, while 7,719 saw a Rous Cup win over Chile in 1989 at Hampden, and 8,046 at European qualifier win over Romania in 1990. In 1969, Scotland drew 1-1 with Northern Ireland at Hampden in front of 7,455 people.

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