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SCOTLAND are still chasing their first victory of the Women’s Six Nations despite leaving it all on the field in their first two fixtures.
But the Scots will have their hands full with France TODAY who are hoping to close the gap on league leaders England.
Scottish fullback Chloe Rollie should be in contention to play again having shaken off injuryCredit: Getty
French captain Gaelle Hermet will hope to inspire her side with a win over ScotlandCredit: Getty
However, with the two sides playing on Saturday France could be left as high as second if they don’t come away from Glasgow with a win.
What date is Scotland vs France and when does it kick off?
- The game is TODAY – Sunday, April 10.
- It is scheduled to kick off at 1pm UK time.
- The Women’s Six Nations fixture will take place at Scotstoun Stadium in Glasgow.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
- Scotland vs France will be broadcasted live on BBC Scotland.
- The coverage commences from 12:40pm – 20 minutes before kick-off.
- Subscription members can also stream the game live via the BBC Sport website or the BBC iPlayer app.
What is the team news?
Full Scotland squad:
Forwards: 1. Leah Bartlett 2. Lana Skeldon 3. Christine Belisle 4. Louise McMillan 5. Sarah Bonar 6. Rachel Malcolm (C) 7. Evie Gallagher 8. Jade Konkel.
Backline: 9. Jenny Maxwell 10. Helen Nelson (VC) 11. Megan Gaffney 12. Lisa Thomson 13. Emma Orr 14. Rhona Lloyd 15. Chloe Rollie.
Replacements: 16. Jodie Rettie 17. Molly Wright 18. Katie Dougan 19. Lyndsay O’Donnell 20. Rachel McLachlan 21. Caity Mattinson 22. Sarah Law 23. Meryl Smith.
Full France squad:
Forwards: 1. Annaelle Deshayes 2. Laure Touye 3. Assia Khalfaoui 4. Celine Ferer 5. Madoussou Fall 6. Julie Annery 7. Gaelle Hermet (C) 8. Emeline Gros.
Backline: 9. Laure Sansus 10. Jessy Tremouliere 11. Melissande Llorens 12. Chloe Jacquet 13. Marine 14. Marie-Aurelie Castel Menager 15. Emilie Boulard.
Replacements: 16. Celia Domain 17. Coco Lindelauf 18. Clara Joyeux 19. Safi N’Diaye 20. Romane Menager 21. Alexandra Chambon 22. Morgane Peyronnet 23. Gabrielle Vernier
What are the odds?
- Scotland win 100/1
- Draw 100/1
- France win 1/200
Odds courtesy of Betfair and correct as of Sunday, April 10.