Scotland v France: Late change for Scots as memorable day for two players awaits
2024/02/10

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Scotland have been forced to make a late change to their starting line-up for their Six Nations game against France. Winger Kyle Steyn has had to withdraw from the matchday squad as his wife has gone into labor. In his place, Harry Paterson will make his Test debut starting at full-back. The rest of the team remains unchanged. Duhan van der Merwe joins Paterson and Kyle Rowe in the back three, while Huw Jones and Sione Tuipulotu start in the centers. Finn Russell co-captains the side as fly-half, with Ben White at scrum-half. The replacements include Ewan Ashman, Alec Hepburn, Elliot Millar-Mills, Sam Skinner, and Andy Christie.

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