Scotland host France at Hive Stadium in Edinburgh on Saturday at 2:15pm.


They will hope to build on their impressive win over Wales in front of what is expected to be a raucous home crowd.

Bryan Easson’s side hung on to see out a 20-18 victory over Wales - as the hosts missed a last-minute conversion - to clinch Scotland’s second ever away win in the competition.

The result undoubtedly shows the improvement that Scotland have made since the introduction of professional contracts, with 23 of the 34-player squad contracted to Scottish Rugby.

France recorded a big win over Ireland in the opening round and firmly announced themselves as chief rivals to England, who are aiming for a sixth consecutive Six Nations title.

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Scotland, with former England international Matt Banahan as their attack coach, are developing a sharp attack - but it’s one that France can match with their own free-flowing offence, as well as a powerful close-range game. has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch Scotland v France on TV and online.

When is Scotland v France?

Scotland v France will take place on Saturday 30th March 2024.

The game takes place at the DAM Health Stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland.

What time is Scotland v France kick-off?

Scotland v France will kick off at 2:15pm.

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What TV channel is Scotland v France on?

Scotland v France will be shown live on BBC One Scotland.

Every match of the tournament will be shown live across BBC platforms.

How to live stream Scotland v France online

Scotland v France will be live streamed on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website for free.

Fans can tune in to watch all the action live and on the move via a range of devices, including smartphones and tablets via the BBC iPlayer app.

Scotland v France prediction

Scotland should rightly enter this clash with growing confidence after an opening weekend win, and they have a strong shot at finishing third for the first time since 2005, but they’re still likely some way off the strength of the French.

Prediction: FRANCE WIN

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