Scotland vs France rugby: Kick-off time, TV channel, live stream free and team news for Six Nations clash – The Sun

FRANCE continue their quest for the Grand Slam with a tough trip to Murrayfield.

Les Bleus are three from three after a battling win in Cardiff which keeps them on course for a first Six Nations Championship since 2010.

The French won the Slam in that year too, while they face a Scotland side rejuvenated after a better showing in Italy last time out.

Murrayfield will be packed to the rafters and home supporters will hope they have more to cheer than in the loss to England here last month.

What time does Scotland vs France kick off?

THIS Six Nations clash will be held on Sunday, March 8.

Although Italy's clash with Ireland has been postponed due to the coronavirus, this match WILL go ahead.

Kick-off at Murrayfield is at 3pm.

When France last visited this stadium, they were beaten 17-14 in a World Cup 2019 warm-up game.

What TV channel is Scotland vs France on and can I live stream it free?

YOU can catch this game – and indeed very match – of this year's Six Nations on free-to-air TV.

All the action from Edinburgh will be shown live on BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD.

Coverage begins at 2.30pm.

If you want to stream, head to the BBC iPlayer where you have the option of watching the game from the beginning.

What is the team news?

EDINBURGH star Lewis Carmichael has been added to the Scots squad as they search for back-to-back wins.

Cornell Du Preez is the man to make way, while Darcy Graham is out of the tournament with a knee injury.

Damian Penaud has a calf problem for the visitors but is expected to play in the Scottish capital.

While Cyril Baille is out of the squad after picking up a shoulder problem against Wales.

Match odds

  • France to continue winning run – 4/11
  • Scotland to stun Les Bleus – 2/1
  • Draw at Murrayfield – 25/1

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication

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