After 3rd round of the Rugby Six Nations 2020 tournament, France is on the top of the points table carry with 13 points. On the contrary, Scotland carries 6 points. And on 7th Match, the 4th round will be started match between England vs Wales at Twickenham Stadium, London.
What time is the kick-off for Scotland vs France?
The 2020 Rugby Six Nations’s 4th round’s match Scotland vs France game will start on 8th Match 2020 at 15:00 (UTC+0) at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh.
Scotland vs France Live Stream: 2020 Rugby Six Nations
If you are in Scotland region, then BBC One & ITV Sport will be the best option for you. These TV channels will telecast live stream on time. On the other hand, if you are in France, then France 2 TV channel will release your barrier to watch on time this battle-fighting match.
Apart from these TV channels, Rugby fans and supporters will also other TV channels from different regions and different TV channels.
- United States – NBCUniversal
- United Kingdom – BBC Sport
- Germany – DMAX
- Australia – beIN Sports
- Canada – DMAX
- South Africa – DStv
- New Zealand – Sky Sport
- Fiji – Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
- Middle East and Africa – beIN Sports
- Portugal – Sport TV
- Netherlands – Ziggo
- Caribbean – ESPN
- Italy – DMAX
- Russia – Match TV
Scotland vs France: 2020 Rugby Six Nations Squad
Scotland Rugby Six Nations 2020 Current Squad
Fraser Brown, Stuart McInally, Jamie Bhatti, George Turner, Simon Berghan, W. P. Nel, Rory Sutherland, Allan Dell, Alex Craig, Zander Fagerson, Matt Scott, Adam Hastings, Thomas Gordon, Ben Toolis, Grant Gilchrist, Nick Haining, Ratu Tagive, Stuart Hogg, Magnus Bradbury, Luke Crosbie, Cornell du Preez, Jamie Ritchie, Hamish Watson, Jonny Gray, Scott Cummings, Henry Pyrgos, George Horne, Chris Harris, Sam Johnson, Rory Hutchinson, Huw Jones, Finn Russell, Kyle Steyn, Sean Maitland, Darcy Graham, Ali Price, Byron McGuigan, Blair Kinghorn.
France Rugby Six Nations 2020 Current Squad
Charles Oliver (c), Gregory Alldritt, Julien Marchand, Camille Chat, Vincent Ratter, Anthony Étrillard, Dorian Aldegheri, Mohamed Haouas, Maxime Lucu, Cyril Baille, Virimi Vakatawa, Louis Carbonel, Arthur Vincent, Gaël Fickou, Thomas Ramos, Matthieu Jalibert, Jean-Baptiste Gros, Demba Bamba, Cyril Cazeaux, Antoine Dupont, Romain Ntamack, Bernard Le Roux, François Cros, Romain Taofifénua, Kylan Hamdaoui, Kilian Geraci, Boris Palu, Damian Penaud, Teddy Thomas, Gabriel N’Gandebe, Sekou Macalou, Cameron Woki, Dylan Cretin, Alexandre Fischer, Selevasio Tolofua, Paul Willemse, Baptiste Serin, Julien Hériteau, Gervais Cordin, Lester Etien, Anthony Bouthier.