Jonny Gray and Ross Ford have both been cited for dangerous tackles in the match against Samoa that could see them miss the Australia game. Never guess where the citing commissioner comes from.
Rory watches the crunch Pool game against Samoa. Win, and it’s a quarter final. Lose, and Japan could sneak in ahead of them…
Cameron Black continues our series of articles looking back at the history of matches between Scotland and their World Cup opponents.
Finn Russell, Mark Bennett and John Hardie all return to the starting team to face Samoa on Saturday.
Rory takes a look back over the Scotland players yesterday. Includes injury update.
Due to the importance of this game, I shall be studying it from the pub. As usual, leave your comments below until such time as we get something written up.
Should we be scared, or confident ahead of the South Africa game? Rory Baldwin debates with himself in a darkened room.
Cameron Black looks back at Scotland’s decidely mixed fortunes against the Sprinboks over recent years but remains focussed on the “Ws”. Includes team announcements.
Grant Gilchrist just doesn’t have any luck, does he? Injury updates from the Scotland team are in. UPDATE: Blair Cowan has been called up as a replacement.
Scotland moved their World Cup to Elland Road, Leeds with the USA the next team
Cameron Black looks back over Scotland’s history of playing USA to see if we can learn anything in advance of Sunday’s match
Gav Harper takes a look at the selection possibilities ahead of the USA Pool game.
Scotland got their World Cup campaign going with a massive potential banana skin fixture against Japan, conquerors of the Springboks.
Cameron Black looks back at the history of Scotland and Japan’s meetings to see if we can learn anything in advance of Wednesday’s game (includes team announcement)
Yes, you read the score right. South Africa took on Japan. No one saw this coming, except perhaps Eddie Jones. What a game!