Wales vs Scotland live: how to watch Six Nations game online, TV streams, kickoff time, team news

Wales captain Dafydd Jenkins runs with the ball ahead of the Wales vs Scotland Six Nations 2024 match
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The Six Nations continues this afternoon with a clash between Wales and Scotland.

It's been 22 years since Scotland beat Wales in Cardiff, and they've yet to do it under Warren Gatland. However, they have a golden opportunity to put both hoodoos to bed on Saturday. 

Gregor Townsend's men are up against a Welsh outfit that is rebuilding from the ground up, so if they're serious about taking home the silverware, only a convincing win will suffice.

Louis Rees-Zammit pulling out of the Six Nations in order to pursue a career in the NFL on the day of the squad announcement sums up Gatland's task. 

Wales may have reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup, but they lost to the first decent team they faced, and a who's who of greats, including Alun-Wyn Jones and Dan Biggar, are no longer on the scene.


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UK stream: BBC iPlayer (FREE)
US stream: Peacock TV
AUS stream: Stan Sport

What time is kickoff?

Wales vs Scotland kickoff is on Saturday, February 3, at 4.45pm GMT / 11.45am ET / 8.45am PT. In Australia, that's 3.45am AEDT on Sunday, February 4.

Wales vs Scotland team news and venue

The game will be played at the 73,931-seater Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

Wales team: C Winnett; J Adams, O Watkin, N Tompkins, R Dyer; S Costelow, G Davies; C Domachowski, R Elias, L Brown, D Jenkins (c), A Beard, J Botham, T Reffell, A Wainwright. Substitutes: E Dee, K Mathias, K Assiratti, T Williams, A Mann, T Williams, I Lloyd, M Grady.

Scotland team: K Rowe; K Steyn, H Jones, S Tuipulotu, D van der Merwe; F Russell, B White; P Schoeman, G Turner, Z Fagerson, R Gray, S Cummings, L Crosbie, J Ritchie, M Fagerson  Substitutes: E Ashman, A Hepburn, E Millar-Mills, S Skinner, J Dempsey, G Horne, B Healy, C Redpath.

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