SCOT
No.Name
15Stuart Hogg, FB
T
14Tommy Seymour, W
13Duncan Taylor, C
T
12Alex Dunbar, C
11Tim Visser, W
T
10Finn Russell, FH
9Greig Laidlaw, SH
3
1Alasdair Dickinson, P
2Ross Ford, H
3WP Nel, P
4Richie Gray, L
5Jonny Gray, L
6John Barclay, FL
7John Hardie, FL
8Josh Strauss, N8
Replacements
16Stuart McInally, R
17Rory Sutherland, R
18Moray Low, R
19Tim Swinson, R
20Ryan Wilson, R
21Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, R
22Pete Horne, R
23Sean Lamont, R

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: BT Murrayfield
11:00 AM, March 13, 2016
Capacity: 67,800

Match Commentary

82'ESPN's Martyn Thomas had this to say straight from Murrayfield:

"Scotland have their first home Six Nations win for over three years, and it will live long in the memory. Vern Cotter's side were asked questions at every turn. They conceded the first try, saw their fly-half depart injured and then let France in again just as they appeared to have seized control of the contest. However, Scotland stood up at every turn. Having conceded a try late in the first half, Stuart Hogg hit a nerveless long-range penalty to give them the first points of the second. When Maxime Marchenaud narrowed the deficit to six and then three points, their defence held firm. Tim Visser's try confirmed a first win over France in a decade and it was fitting that Richie Gray, Greig Laidlaw and Hogg were all involved. Scotland will now prepare for Ireland with genuine belief and optimism.
81'And thanks to that Scotland win, England have now won the Six Nations, the first time the title's ever been won with a complete round still to go!

It's done! FULL TIME!
81'+129-18 End of second half

Match Stats

SCOT
Possession
FRA
59%
41%
Territory
57%
43%
SCOT
FRA
89Runs89
227Meters Run300
4Clean Breaks8
85Tackles92
16Missed Tackles13
2Turnover Knock On7

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