The postponed match of Six nations Come in France and Scotland, which could not be disputed on February 28 due to the wave of positives in coronavirus in the French team, will be played on Friday, March 26, as announced by the organization on Thursday. A total of twelve players and four members of the French technical team were with coronavirus on the initial date of the meeting.
The game, scheduled for the third day, may be decisive for the resolution of the title. If France beat Wales this Saturday, the ‘bleus’ could seek victory in the tournament against Scotland in this postponed match.
March 26 was the preferred date for all those involved to play the game. However, the problem is whether the Scottish internationals who play for English teams will be able to play it. These are negotiations that are still open.