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2021 Guinness Six Nations Scotland v Wales

Scotland will want to convert the promise of recent years into a serious challenge for the top spot in Northern Hemishpere rugby.

With the 2020 fixture postponed following the coronavirus pandemic, fans will await the 2021 Guinness Six Nations tournament with unbridled excitement. Don’t delay and book to be there with Engage.

13th Feb 2021 BT Murrayfield Stadium

2021 Guinness Six Nations Scotland v Wales

13th Feb 2021
Package Thistle Suite
Price POA. For details, please call 02070 48 48 48
Ticket Multiple 2
  • Official SRU hospitality facility
  • Platinum match ticket within the West Stand
  • Arrival drink
  • 3 course lunch with specially selected wines followed by coffee
  • Post-match refreshments
  • Complimentary bar
  • Official match programme
  • VIP hostess service
  • Interactive Q&A with past & present rugby stars
  • Complimentary match programme
  • Package content subject to change

Product Description

2021 Guinness Six Nations Scotland v Wales

The 2021 Guinness Six Nations Scotland v Wales fixture is Scotland’s opening fixture at BT Murrayfield.

Scotland and Wales have played each other 125 times since 1883. Wales winning 73 matches, Scotland winning 49 matches and three matches drawn.

Scotland v Wales, Event history

Since 2018 the winners of a Scotland and Wales match will receive the Doddie Weir Cup. The cup brought awareness to a relatively unheard of motor neurone disease. Former Scotland international lock Doddie Weir was diagnosed with the illness in 2017.

The last time the two sides met was during the 2019 Six Nations Championship.

Wales looked well in control as they went into the break 15-6 up after a dominant first-half performance resulting in Josh Adams and Jonathan Davies scoring tries.

However, Scotland responded well in the second half and starved Wales of any ball as they applied tremendous attacking pressure onto their visitors.

Darcy Graham’s try in the 51st minute made it 15-11 but despite Scotland throwing everything at Wales – including wrecking ball Hamish Watson – Wales had their tremendous defence to thank for the win.
Wales came away with the spoils after an attritional battle at Murrayfield.

Scotland captain Stuart McInally spoke to the BBC after the game: “We’re obviously massively disappointed with that,” he said. “We had a chance to win the game and weren’t quite accurate enough. The team got a massive lift when Darcy Graham scored but they’re (Wales are) an excellent side and they’ve got a great defence. Unfortunately we couldn’t break it down on this occasion.”

Whats included

Soak up the bagpipes on the approach to Scotland’s fortress Murrayfield. Enjoy a day of superb dining in the premium Thistle Suite. The package includes a complimentary bar and match tickets in the West Stand. Ensure you put the date in the diary, and contact Engage to book your table today.

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