The France-Scotland Six Nations dispute remains

The organizing committee of the tournament Rugby Six Nations has confirmed the dispute on Sunday, as scheduled, of the match France-Scotland, after give the entire template of the negative gala selection in the second controls that have been made to the players.

The match, corresponding to the third day of the 2021 edition of the emblematic oval ball tournament in the Northern Hemisphere, will be played from 4:00 p.m. in Saint Denis.

“Following a meeting of the Six Nations Test Oversight Group (TOG) this morning to review the latest test results for the French squad, The Six Nations confirm plans to hold the match between France and Scotland as originally scheduled this coming Sunday. We continue to monitor the situation very closely and are in regular contact with both unions, “the committee’s statement said.

The dispute of the meeting was put into doubt after the XV del Gallo suffered a wave of positives for covid-19 a few days ago, with a total of fourteen cases.

France leads the ranking of the Six Nations after winning the first two games, with nine points, the same as Welsh, while Scotland, after surprising England at Twickenham on the opening day, they fell in the second in their Murrayfield fiefdom against the Welsh team.

The first two matches of this third day will be played on Saturday, Italy-Ireland (15.15 CET, -1 GMT) and Wales-England (17.45 CET, -1 GMT).