On this week’s podcast Cammy and Iain look ahead to Scotland’s opening game against Italy in the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup. We also chat about ticket prices for the Six Nations, why red cards are necessary and terrify ourselves thinking about a nuclear Godzilla like Craig Joubert.
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