Scotland’s first autumn rugby international of the season will be shown live on ITV 4.
By Graham Bean
16th Oct 2020, 12:02pm
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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