Scotland Rugby team will be facing a fierce battle against Wales to secure their second win in Six Nations 2019. In the fourth round, Scotland v Wales Rugby Six Nations 2019 fourth round will be the challenging game for the Welsh side. The Grand Slam for Wales could be within reach in 2019. But can Scotland continue their winning streak at BT Murrayfield to be the first team to beat Welsh? Wales basically will try to rescue the Grand Slam hope from being dashed. Go through the entire discussion and get to know the game preview, score predictions, key players, kickoff time, head 2 head fight.
Scotland v Wales Rugby Six Nations 2019 Game Preview
Disadvantaged though by facing Scotland at BT Murrayfield where the team has maintained their unbeaten streak and shown that despite limping through the last few rounds they definitely have a flair for the game. I think overall that Wales will prevail but Scotland will not succumb easily and boosted by being at home will not make things easy for the Welsh team.
I’m anticipating a close game with lots of action and excitement but overall a score prediction of Wales 35 – 29 Scotland. Fans witnessed in Wales vs Scotland Six Nations 2018 a massive victory of Wales side. The fourth victory would see Wales almost achieve the coveted Grand Slam, Can they do it? Or Scottish manage to win the home game which going to be the second victory of Guinness Six Nations Rugby Championship.
Wales vs Scotland Rugby 6 Nations 2019 Kickoff Time, Dates, Venue, What Channel is the Game On
We have seen in the third round that the home team claimed massive victory over their opponent except for the underdog Italy. In continuation of that France, the home team defeated the Scottish and fearsome Wales, the claimant of the Grand Slam of this season defeated England at Cardiff last night. Get here Scotland v Wales Rugby Six Nations 2019 fixtures.
- What: Welsh at Scottish Rugby 6N 2019
- When: Sat 9th March
- Where: BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland
- Kickoff: 14:15 GMT
- Referee: Pascal Gauzere (France)
- Assistant Referees: Luke Pearce (England), Alexandre Ruiz (France)
- Television Match Official (TMO): Marius Jonker (South Africa)
- TV: BBC Sport, S4C, NBC Sports, DMAX
Both Sides Last Matchup
With round three matches completed this weekend Wales and Scotland only have 2 out of their 5 matches to play. Scotland is really feeling the pressure having only won one of their matches so far but Wales are heading for a potential Grand Slam with three wins to date.
- France v Scotland Rugby 23rd Feb
In France vs Scotland Round 3 Showdown, French side beat the Scottish in Paris. The Les Bleus taking an early lead but despite Scotland fighting valiantly the win eluded them. France finished the half time with Ntamack’s try. And ultimately complete the game with 27 points and Scotland gained 10 points.
- Wales vs England Rugby Feb 23
However, on the second match of the day, Wales Control Rampant England and made a fantastic comeback in the second half and came from 3 – 10 down at half time and ultimately beat England 21 -13. From the Welsh side, Hill and Adams made tries and from England, Tom Curry scored a try for the team.
Scotland Wales Rugby Key Players To Watch
The return of Hogg and Russell for Scotland would certainly hot up the action. Wales’ Cory Hill has landed his first international try with strong defensive moves which should not be missed, coupled with Dan Biggar can the duo be stopped?
Scotland made a storming start to the competition. So, we’ll definitely be looking to Blair Kinghorn for a repeat performance in attack. With Stuart Hogg and Finn Russell potentially in defense, the team could make a strong play for the win.
Wales v Scotland Rugby head to head
The strength of Wales’s finishes has left them unbeaten throughout the 2019 Six Nations Rugby Championship. Fans are eagerly awaiting their next meet with Scotland. With 124 Head to Head matches played Wales achieved 72 wins to Scotland’s 49. Wales scored an impressive 1680 points over Scotland’s 1283. This is certainly going to be a match not to be missed.
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