Scotland – France: time, TV channel, lineups… Information from the Blues’ second match in the 6 Nations tournament

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France must react after its defeat on the first day of the 6 Nations tournament and travel to Scotland this Saturday, February 10 to get back on track.

Scotland started this VI Nations tournament in the best possible way with a prestigious success against Wales (27-26). Despite everything, the Chardon XV was scared since the Scots led 27-0. In addition to this great victory, Gregor Townsend’s players maintain great confidence in front of their opponents of the day with three victories in the last four head to head in this competition.

France doesn’t have much choice this Saturday. Indeed, the Blues must react after their disappointing defeat last week against Ireland at the Stade Vélodrome (17-38). After the first day of this 6 Nations tournament, France occupies last place. This setback certainly did not reassure the players of Fabien Galthié who made it through the last Rugby World Cup with an elimination in the quarter-finals. “We find additional resources in difficulty. Our paths do not resemble long, quiet rivers. Today, we are clearly in a difficult moment but we are united,” declared Fabien Galthié.

What time does the Scotland – France match start?

The France – Scotland match will start at 3:15 p.m. this Saturday, February 10. It will take place at Murrayfield in Edinburgh, Scotland.

On which TV channel is Scotland – France broadcast?

France 2 will broadcast this Scotland – France. Australian referee Nic Berry will officiate on this second day of the 6 Nations tournament.

What streaming broadcast for the Scotland – France match?

Two streaming broadcasts will be available to follow this Scotland – France. MyCanal and France.TV will also broadcast this match from the 6 Nations tournament.

What line-ups for Scotland – France?

The two team compositions were revealed this Thursday. The Chardon XV will remain almost unchanged compared to the first match. Only two changes were made. Scotland starting XV: Rowe – Steyn, H. Jones, Tuipulotu, van der Merwe – (o) Russell, (m) Ben White – Darge, Dempsey, M. Fagerson – Cumings, Gilchrist – Z. Fagerson, Turner, Schoeman.

Like Scotland, France made two changes from the match on the first day of this 6 Nations tournament. Bielle-Biarrey and Woki appear. They replace Moefana and Willemse, suspended four weeks after his red card against Ireland. France’s starting XV: Ramos – Penaud, Fickou, Danty, Bielle-Biarrey – (o) Jalibert, (m) Lucu – Ollivon, Alldritt, Cros – Gabrillagues, Woki – Atonio, Mauvaka, Baille.

What are the predictions for the Scotland – France match?

The Blues are the favorites for this match against the XV du Chardon on sports betting sites. They are 1.55 on Betclic, the draw is at 20 and the Scottish victory is at 2.50. On UnibetScotland is also at 2.50 but the draw is at 21 and the French victory is at 1.58.