Kevin Millar runs through some of the key stats and head to heads as Wales visit Murrayfield for round 4 of the Guinness Six Nations.
Gregor Townsend has made four changes to the Scotland team to face Wales including dropping Greig Laidlaw to the bench.
Cammy Black looks at the deluge of pundits fighting to make their voices heard and which we should be taking seriously
This week Cammy and Iain are joined by Josh Gardner from the Blood & Mud podcast to preview the Wales game and chat about the turmoil that has engulfed Welsh rugby
Wales are in town, along with the familiar face of referee Pascal Gauzere. Kevin Millar takes a look at the visitors and the officials.
The youngest Glasgow team that Dave Rennie had ever assembled, ably guided by some of the longer in the tooth members of the pride, tore a dishevelled Zebre to shreds, and abetted by Munster’s defeat at Parc Y Scarlets, moved to the top of Conference A.
Sandy Smith watches as the second defeat in two weeks sees Edinburgh’s league season come to a (probable) premature end.
Sandy Smith takes a look at the domestic European leagues and compares their strengths and weaknesses.
A quick update on the 35 Scotland players who have had injury issues during this season’s Six Nations (inlcudes squad update 4/3/19)
Both pro teams are in Italy on Saturday, with several players back from Scotland duty in each case but nonetheless, sending far from full strength teams.
Scottish rugby has fallen out of love with drop goals. Kevin Millar explores the reasons why and argues the case for bringing back the drop goal.
Scotland went to Paris looking for a first win in 20 years but came away looking like we could be waiting another 20, writes Rory Baldwin.
Mark Bennett and George Horne have returned from injury to give a timely boost to the pro-teams this weekend.