What do we follow? The first match for the French rugby union team in a brand new competition, the Autumn Nations Cup, and it’s against Scotland. The opening match, France-Fiji, which was to take place on Sunday, November 15, had been canceled due to cases of Covid-19 among Fijians.
At what time ? 16 hours.
Or ? In Murrayfield, in Edinburgh.
On which channel ? France 2.
Who is hosting this live? Florian Soenen and Grégor Brandy from the Chaudron d’Austerlitz.
Composition of teams:
Scotland : Hogg (cap.) – Kinghorn, Harris, Johnson, Van Der Merwe – Weir (o.), Price (m.) – Watson, Fagerson, Ritchie – Gray, Cummings – Berghan, Brown, Kebble.
Coach: Gregor Townsend
France : Ramos – Thomas, Vakatawa, Fickou, Rattez – Jalibert (o.), Dupont (m.) – Ollivon (cap.), Alldritt, Cretin – Taofifenua, Le Roux – Bamba, Chat, Gros.
Coach: Fabien Galthié
Who arbitrates? Englishman Wayne Barnes
What won’t we talk about? From the verdict of serene justice in the Daval trial, after three years of frenzy.
What to read in the meantime?
And now, make way for the “finishers”
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