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((STREAMS>)) Scotland vs England Live Broadcast Free 24 February 2024 Today

Scotland vs England live stream: How to watch 2024 Six Nations online and on TV. The Scotland vs England live stream sees the hosts out to bounce back from their controversial defeat last time out as they attempt to retain the Calcutta Cup when they take on an undefeated England at Murrayfield today.


Having held off a spirited fightback by Wales and started their Six Nations campaign with a victory, Scotland were left furious after being denied a match-winning try last time out against France. Coach Gregor Townsend will hope his players can now channel that frustration and continue their excellent recent run of form against England.

Scotland have won their past three Six Nations encounters against the Auld Enemy, with Finn Russell producing an outstanding display last year as they secured a 29-23 win at Twickenham. Scottish fans will hope Russell can once again pull the strings against an England side that has relied on resiliency, work-rate and determination to win their opening two games.

England edged past Italy by three points and then beat Wales by two points but coach Steve Borthwick has bemoaned his side’s lack of power. He will hope that is rectified against Scotland. Manu Tuilagi and Ollie Lawrence are both available after injury, as is the hard-hitting Leicester forward George Martin.


The Scotland vs England live stream takes place today (Feb 24).

Time: 4:45 p.m. GMT / 11:45 a.m. ET / 8:45 a.m. PT / 3:45 a.m. AEDT (Feb 25)

U.K. — BBC iPlayer (FREE)

U.S. — Peacock

U.S. — Stan Sport

Watch anywhere

Scotland vs England today Saturday, February 24, is the latest instalment of one of the fiercest rivalries in the 2024 Six Nations. The Auld Enemy have contested the Calcutta Cup for 144 years – no international rugby union trophy is older – but this edition has more than visceral national pride on the line.

Gregor Townsend has made three changes to his Scotland side, with Blair Kinghorn, Kyle Steyn and Jamie Ritchie all returning to the XV. Jack Dempsey keeps his place at number eight, with Finn Russell and Ben White set to continue their half-back form. By contrast, England shuffle their pack, with George Furbank surprisingly replacing Freddie Steward at full-back and Danny Care, Ollie Lawrence, Dan Cole and Ellis Genge also coming in. Manu Tuilagi is fit enough for the bench.

The full teams are.

Scotland: Blair Kinghorn; Kyle Steyn, Huw Jones, Sione Tuipulotu, Duhan van der Merwe; Finn Russell, Ben White; Pierre Schoeman, George Turner, Zander Fagerson, Grant Gilchrist, Scott Cummings, Jamie Ritchie, Rory Darge, Jack Dempsey

England: George Furbank; Tommy Freeman, Henry Slade, Ollie Lawrence, Elliot Daly; George Ford, Danny Care; Ellis Genge, Jamie George, Dan Cole, Maro Itoje, Ollie Chessum, Ethan Roots, Sam Underhill, Ben Earl

Scotland couldn't be more up for this. The Tartan Army have had two weeks to process the controversial late TMO decision that denied them what appeared a perfectly good try to beat France, ultimately falling to 20-16 defeat having led for much of the game. Gregor Townsend's have won their past three outings against the Auld Enemy Electric and will ally that sense of injustice to the usual pulse-quickening prospect of putting one over their rivals from south of Hadrian's Wall. Winger extraordinaire Kyle Steyn should return after missing the France game after his wife went into labor, while full-back Blair Kinghorn has been training all week and could also make a start. They're favorites, with fly-half Finn Russell pulling the strings.

Much has been made of England's teething troubles as they adapt to new assistant coach Felix Jones' preferred blitz defense, but the Red Rose have nevertheless found ways to win two out of two Six Nations games thus far. Come-from-behind victories of Italy and Wales put Steve Borthwick's side second in the table but if they are to improve on a run of one win in six against a vibrant Scotland, they must beef up their attacking output to match number eight Ben Earl's tournament excellence. Center pair Manu Tuilagi and Ollie Lawrence, plus forward George Martin, have been back in training to offer powerful alternatives, while Danny Care should replace the injured Alex Mitchell at scrum-half.

It is four years since England last took victory in this famous fixture, with that narrow 2020 win their sole success in the last six editions of the clash.

For Gregor Townsend’s hosts, victory is surely a must after a much-debated defeat to France before the first fallow week left their hopes of mounting a title challenge slim.

Blair Kinghorn returns to the Scotland side after overcoming injury, with Kyle Steyn also returning to the starting back three having been a late scratch against France due to the impending arrival of his newborn daughter. Former skipper Jamie Ritchie is brought back on the blindside to complement Rory Darge and Jack Dempsey in the back row, with Matt Fagerson out of the squad entirely.

England also switch full-backs, though Freddie Steward’s demotion comes as more of a surprise after a strong performance in the win over Wales. George Furbank is preferred to the Leicester man after an impressive season leading Northampton to the top of the Premiership table, and offers an extra pair of distributing hands with Ollie Lawrence in to add carrying potency in midfield after injury. Danny Care replaces the injured Alex Mitchell at scrum half and wins his 99th cap, while George Martin returns to the bench.

Last season's opening-weekend fixture at Twickenham was a classic, with Duhan van der Merwe's brace of tries earning Scotland a 29-23 victory in spectacular fashion. Later in the year, Scotland failed to progress from the Rugby World Cup's group of death, while England recovered from a shaky Six Nations campaign to reach the semifinals and ultimately finish third in France.

Ben White and Duhan van der Merwe both starred in Scotland's epic victory at Twickenham 12 months ago, and feature in a star-studded backline that will be led around the pitch by enigmatic fly-half Finn Russell. Fullback Blair Kinghorn and winger Kyle Steyn both come into the lineup at the back, and last year's captain Jamie Ritchie completes a trio of changes at blindside flanker.

Steve Borthwick’s side may not have fully clicked into gear just yet but head up to Murrayfield having won both of their games thus far in the 2024 competition.

Scotland have won their last three Calcutta Cup games for the first time since 1972 and last year condemned Borthwick to a defeat in his first game in charge at Twickenham.


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