Edinburgh and Glasgow are still in action on Friday night and although they clash with France against Italy, they have two crunch games to attract our attention.
Kevin Millar continues his regular series of mega-previews with a look at recent Calcutta Cup history, and the officials.
Gregor Townsend has gone for the same starting XV that beat France to take on the Auld Enemy at Murrayfield, but Tim Swinson, WP Nel and Nick Grigg have been added to the bench. 22/2 UPDATED with England team.
In our second podcast of the week Cammy, Iain and Brodie preview the Calcutta Cup and look at what else is happening in Scottish rugby.
Special guests: the team at Rugby4Cast have been crunching the numbers and trying to work out if Scotland have a chance at the weekend, statistically speaking.
This week Cammy is joined by Brodie and Iain to look back at the game against France and we have some very special guests looking ahead to the Calcutta Cup from an English perspective
Do Scotland have a chance against the Auld Enemy? As Calcutta Cup week begins, Rory Baldwin looks at the areas Scotland will need to improve in if they are to challenge the darlings of Twickenham,
Duncan Weir slotted an injury-time drop goal – quite possibly his last act in an Edinburgh shirt – to kick Richard Cockerill’s side to a dramatic win in Belfast, writes Gav Harper.
Rory watches as Glasgow attempt to keep the winning ways going after a dispiriting draw with the Dragons last weekend. The visitors to Scotstoun this weekend were the Toyota Cheetahs.
Brodie Smithers takes a look at a new range of mouthguards from Opro.
Tim Swinson returns for Glasgow this weekend as the Pro Teams swing back into action in the Six Natiosn off weekend. Don’t expect to see too many famous faces though…
Scotland Women came off second best on the scoreboard to a muscular French pack but there was much to admire in their efforts, writes Rhona Sweeting.
Reports yesterday from a very forthright press conference by Richard Cockerill have Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, Cornell du Preez, Jason Tovey and Duncan Weir all headed for the exit from Edinburgh at the end of the season.