Scotland have kick-started their Six Nations campaign in wild fashion with two mixed results that could have swung the other way in each case.


First, they were hauled back from 27-0 up against Wales to win by a single point (27-26), before losing by four points to France in their second game after a controversial last-ditch try review fell against Scotland.

Gregor Townsend will be pleased to see Scotland competing with the best, but whether they can truly trouble Ireland – when the time comes – remains unclear.

Scotland enjoyed a very solid showing last year with three victories, including a triumph over England at Twickenham. They have tended to defeat the teams they're supposed to in recent years without ruffling the feathers of the major players.

The Scots are expected to push for another three victories this time around, but many will hope they can land a killer blow against one of the frontrunners.

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When do Scotland play next in the Six Nations 2024?

Scotland will play England on Saturday 24th February 2024 at 4:45pm UK time in the Six Nations 2024 Round Three.

Scotland fixtures and results – Six Nations 2024

All UK time.

Round One

Saturday 3rd February

Wales 26-27 Scotland (4:45pm) BBC One

Round Two

Saturday 10th February

Scotland 16-20 France (2:15pm) BBC One

Round Three

Saturday 24th February

Scotland v England (4:45pm) BBC One

Round Four

Saturday 9th March

Italy v Scotland (2:15pm) ITV1

Round Five

Saturday 16th March

Ireland v Scotland (4:45pm) ITV1

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