Scotland v Georgia live TV details revealed

Scotland’s first autumn rugby international of the season will be shown live on ITV 4.

Scotland have not played since the Six Nations win over France in March. Picture: David Rogers/Getty Images

No fans will be allowed at the match against Georgia at BT Murrayfield on Friday 23 October which kicks off a busy schedule for Gregor Townsend’s side.

They play Wales in a rearranged Six Nations match in Llanelli on 31 October, then take part in the new Autumn Nations Cup, an eight-team tournament played across four weekends in November and early December.

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Coverage of the match against Georgia will be hosted by Jill Douglas, with analysis provided by former Scotland forward Jim Hamilton and coaching great Sir Ian McGeechan.

The game kicks off at 7:30pm.

Scotland have not played since defeating France 28-17 in the Six Nations in Edinburgh on 8 March.

Their final Six Nations match against Wales was due to be played in Cardiff on 14 March but was called off the day before as concerns grew over the spread of coronavirus.

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