Wales vs Scotland rugby: Kick-off time, TV channel, live stream free and team news for TODAY’S Six Nations clash

Wales vs Scotland rugby: Kick-off time, TV channel, live stream free and team news for TODAY’S Six Nations clash

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  • 16:25, 12 Feb 2022
  • Updated: 16:25, 12 Feb 2022

WALES captain Dan Biggar’s late drop goal was enough to secure a tight 20-17 win over Scotland in the Six Nations.

  • RESULT: Wales 20-17 Scotland
  • Wales XV: L. Williams; Cuthbert, Watkin, Tompkins, Rees-Zammit; Biggar (capt), T. Williams; W. Jones, Elias, Francis, Rowlands, Beard, Basham, Morgan, Moriarty
  • Scotland XV: Hogg (capt); Graham, Harris, Tuipulotu, Van der Merwe; Russell, Price; Schoeman, McInally, Nel, Gray, Gilchrist, Skinner, Watson, M. Fagerson


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  • FT: Wales 20 Scotland 17

    Scotland took advantage of an English yellow card last week to go on and win the game.

    Today, a yellow card was their own undoing.

    They missed Finn Russell at such a key phase of the game.

  • FT: Wales 20 Scotland 17

    Huge win for Wales.

    Their tactics for the game worked perfectly against the Scots.

    The Guinness Six Nations is still alive here in Cardiff.

  • Wales 20 Scotland 17

    83. After about fifteen phases of Scotland play, a penalty is given to Wales.

    The Principality Stadium erupts.

  • Wales 20 Scotland 17

    80. Penalty given to Scotland as Skinner is hit with a shoulder.

    Scotland find touch, play will continue from this line out.

  • Wales 20 Scotland 17

    79. We are into the final minute.

    Scotland turn over the ball but are camped in front of their own posts.

    It is a long way to go to the Welsh line for the Scots.

  • Wales 20 Scotland 17

    78. Scotland are trying to probe for a gap.

    Good work by Wales wins a penalty on the halfway line.

    Biggar falls to the ground again requiring treatment.

    They seem to have a replacement lined up but require the ball to go into touch before he can leave the field.

    Finn Russell comes back on for Scotland.

  • Wales 20 Scotland 17

    75. We are into the last five minutes of the game.

    Wales still having the numerical advantage.

    The Welsh drive into the Scotland half.

    Biggar sends a high kick up, taken well by Stuart Hogg.

  • Wales 20 Scotland 17

    73. Scotland are really missing the creativity of Finn Russell.

    As they chase the game and look for a try that could win it for them, they seem to be lacking ideas without Russell.

    What a time to get yourself a yellow card.

  • Wales 20 Scotland 17

    71. Scotland try and push Wales back and create some pressure themselves.

    Liam Williams has been faultless today at full-back.

    Scotland cannot find a way through.

  • Drop-goal: Dan Biggar (Wales)

    69. The captain goes for a drop-goal to add points to the board while Russell spends some time on the bench.

    Big debate as to whether Wales should have continued to go for the try with the man advantage.

  • Yellow card: Finn Russell (Scotland)

    68. TMO decides it was a deliberate knock-on by the Scot.

  • Wales 17 Scotland 17

    67. TMO having a look at a potential deliberate knock on by Finn Russell.

    Wales having gone down in the corner but the player was in touch before grounding the ball.

    This gives the chance for TMO to look at all the issues in the build-up.

  • Wales 17 Scotland 17

    66. With Biggar looking to continue but definitely feeling something in his knee, Wales risk their talisman spending some time out injured.

    He takes a penalty from a long way out and it hits the upright.

    Scotland don’t react quickly and Wales pick up the loose ball.

  • Wales 17 Scotland 17

    64. Wales don’t seem able to find a way through this hard-hitting Scotland defence.

    Biggar tries something different looking for Jac Morgan on the wing with a short kick.

    Morgan takes it well but is immediately hit into touch.

  • Wales 17 Scotland 17

    62. I’m not sure you could pick a winner right now.

    This really could go either way.

    Two very evenly matched teams, one converted try could give either side the distance they crave for the win.

  • Wales 17 Scotland 17

    60. Kicking has been such a huge part of this second half.

    You can see the tactics with some of the kicks looking to target Finn Russell so as not to give Scotland an out with his kicking.

    Nothing between these teams at the moment.

  • Penalty: Wales 17 Scotland 17

    57. Nothing can separate these two teams as Biggar sends one through the posts.

    Good news for Welsh fans that the knee injury isn’t preventing Biggar from kicking duties.

  • Wales 14 Scotland 17

    56. So close!

    After phases

…. to be continued
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