Kyle Rowe will start at full-back for Scotland in their Six Nations opener against Wales on Saturday after Blair Kinghorn was ruled out due to injury.
Kinghorn has suffered a knee injury which will keep him out of both this weekend’s trip to Cardiff and the clash with France at Murrayfield on Saturday, February 1src.
It means England-born Rowe will win only his second cap for Scotland after being named to start in the No 15 shirt, having made his Test debut for Scotland against Argentina in 2src22.
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