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2020 Guinness Six Nations, Wales v Scotland
Wales welcome Scotland to the Principality Stadium, in their final home game taking place on ‘Super Saturday’. Wales secured a tense 18-11 victory over Scotland in the 2019 Championship, after securing a first half lead, so will be looking to improve after inconsistent Rugby World Cup performances.
Wales v Scotland; the two teams have played each other at Rugby Union since 1883. A total of 125 matches have been played, with Wales winning 73 matches, Scotland winning 49 matches and three matches drawn.
Scotland and Wales play each other at least once a year, as both have been in the Six Nations Championship, and its predecessor competitions.
Since 2018 the winners of Wales v Scotland will receive the Doddie Weir Cup. Doddie Weir is a former Scottish rugby International who played at lock and made 61 international appearances for the Scotland national team. He is known for his flamboyant tartan trews and is active on the after-dinner speech circuit, and occasionally works as a pundit during Scotland matches. In 2017 Weir announced he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease and set up a charity which has raised in excess of £1 million. He was appointed an OBE in the 2019 New Year Honours for services to rugby, motor neurone disease research and to the community in the Scottish Borders.
Wales v Scotland 2020 will be played on the final day of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations Championships when they meet at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on “Super Saturday” 14th March. Wales secured a tense 18-11 victory over Scotland in the 2019 Championship. Tries from Josh Adams & Jonathan Davies helped Wales to a commanding 15-6 half-time lead. However, Scotland came out stronger in the second half and scored a well worked try through Darcy Graham to reduce the deficit to just four points. An intense final quarter, in which Wales defended wave after wave of Scottish attack, ended when Wales were awarded a kickable penalty to see out the match.
Make sure you’re there to witness this unmissable game with Engage. Enjoy a champagne reception, and 3 course pre-match meal before watching the action unfold from your padded middle tier, halfway line seats. Post-match enjoy analysis from legends of the game whilst tucking into a cheeseboard.
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