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Scotland kick-off 2020 campaign in Dublin

Scotland beat England 25-13 at Murrayfield in 2018

Scotland won 25-13 in 2018 (pic: SNS Group)


 

Scotland will kick-off their 2020 Guinness Six Nations campaign in Dublin with Ireland providing a stern opening challenge at the Aviva Stadium.

Seven days after the trip to the Emerald Isle on 1st February, the Scots welcome back England to Murrayfield for a second round defence of the Calcutta Cup and a chance to repeat the famous 2018 victory in rugby’s oldest international fixture when the hosts romped to a 25-13 triumph.

Italy then follow in Rome before France visit Murrayfield and the curtain comes down on the campaign in Wales with Scotland taking on the 2019 Grand Slam winners in Cardiff on Saturday, 14 March.

The fixtures for the 2021 tournament have also been released and Gregor Townsend will be relishing a return to Twickenham in the first match of that campaign.

Scotland came within seconds of an historic comeback victory at Twickenham last weekend and will be keen to register a long-awaited win in London when the teams revisit the scene of that epic 38-38 encounter on Saturday 6 February

2020 FIXTURES

1/2 February:

Wales vs Italy – Saturday 2:15pm

Ireland vs Scotland – Saturday 4:45pm

France vs England – Sunday 3pm

8/9 February:

Ireland vs Wales – Saturday 2:15pm

Scotland vs England – Saturday 4:45pm

France vs Italy – Sunday 3pm

22/23 February:

Italy vs Scotland – Saturday 2:15pm

Wales vs France – Saturday 4:45pm

England vs Ireland – Sunday 3pm

7/8 March:

Ireland vs Italy – Saturday 2:15pm

England vs Wales – Saturday 4:45pm

Scotland vs France – Sunday 3pm

14 March:

Wales vs Scotland – Saturday 2:15pm

Italy vs England – Saturday 4:45pm

France vs Ireland – Saturday 8pm.

2021 FIXTURES

6/7 February:

Italy vs France – Saturday 2:15pm

England vs Scotland – Saturday 4:45pm

Wales vs Ireland – Sunday 3pm

13/14 February:

England vs Italy – Saturday 2:15pm

Scotland vs Wales – Saturday 4:45pm

Ireland vs France – Sunday 3pm

27/28 February:

Italy vs Ireland – Saturday 2:15pm

Wales vs England – Saturday 4:45pm

France vs Scotland – Sunday 3pm

13/14 March:

Italy vs Wales – Saturday 2:15pm

England vs France – Saturday 4:45pm

Scotland vs Ireland – Sunday 3pm

20 March:

Scotland vs Italy – Saturday 2:15pm

Ireland vs England – Saturday 4:45pm

France vs Wales – Saturday 8pm



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