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  1. Team news

    Italy team to play Scotland: Manuela Furlan (Captain); Aura Muzzo, Michela Sillari, Beatrice Rigoni, Sofia Setan; Veronica Madia, Sara Barattin; Gaia Giacomoli, Melissa Bettoni, Lucia Gai, Valentina Ruzza, Giordana Duca, Ilaria Arrighetti, Giada Franco, Elisa Giordano.

    Replacements: Silvia Turani, Elena Serilli, Sara Tounesi, Valeria Fedrighi, Lucia Cammarano, Francesca Sberna, Jessica Busato, Camilla.

    Scotland team to face Italy: Chloe Rollie; Liz Musgrove, Hannah Smith, Lisa Thomson, Annabel Sergeant; Helen Nelson, Mhairi Grieve; Lisa Cockburn, Lana Skeldon, Megan Kennedy; Emma Wassell, Sarah Bonar; Rachel Malcolm, Rachel McLachlan, Siobhan Cattigan.

    Replacements: Jodie Rettie, Katie Dougan, Mairi Forsyth, Sophie Anderson, Nicola Howat, Sarah Law, Lisa Martin, Rhona Lloyd.

    Chloe Rollie
  2. Scotland women 'fitter, faster, stronger'

    Scotland's women will be a "fitter, faster, stronger" team for the 2019 Six Nations, says head coach Shade Munro.

    Scotland women 'fitter, faster, stronger'

    Scotland women

    Scotland's women will be a "fitter, faster, stronger" team for the 2019 Six Nations, says head coach Shade Munro.

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  3. Women's Six Nations preview

    England's newly professional squad are under pressure to take the title from Grand Slam champions France, while Wales and Scotland seek to show progress.

    England women have target on backs

    Women's Six Nations captains

    England's newly professional squad are under pressure to take the title from Grand Slam champions France, while Wales and Scotland seek to show progress.

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  4. What happened in the 2018 Women's Six Nations?

    England entered the 2018 competition as firm favourites to defend the title they won the year before, but the Red Roses had to settle for second as France finished as champions.

    Les Bleus beat the 2017 World Cup runners-up 18-17 in Grenoble on their way to a fifth Grand Slam, winning all their games to finish top of the Women’s Six Nations table with 27 points.

    Ireland and Italy finished third and fourth respectively with 10 points apiece, ending the campaign 17 points adrift of champions France.

    Scotland (fifth) and Wales (sixth) will be hoping to improve on last year’s results which saw both teams win just one game. However, Scotland orchestrated the biggest shock of the 2018 competition as they defeated Ireland 15-12 at Donnybrook to claim their first away win in the tournament in 12 years.

    Despite being the lowest ranked team in this year’s competition, Scotland welcome Italy to Scotstoun hoping to avenge the 38-0 defeat they suffered during the autumn.

    Women's Six Nations 2018
  5. How can I watch Scotland v Italy?

    You can watch Scotland v Italy in the Women's Six Nations live on Connected TV and the BBC Sport website and BBC Alba from 19:30-21:30.

  6. Get Inspired: How to get into Rugby Union

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    If you enjoy being active and want to build your fitness and strength then rugby union is the sport for you.

    From scrummaging and tackling, to sprinting with the ball, rugby can be a high-intensity workout that will boost both your fitness and your strength.

    If the idea of traditional 15-a-side game seems intimidating, there are various versions of the game that you can test out, such as touch rugby, where tackling is banned, and a wheelchair version that proved a big hit at 2012 Paralympics in London.

    If you want to find out more about rugby union and how you can get involved, see our handy guide here.

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    Video caption: Southport Ladies: ‘My other half said I couldn’t play rugby. I’m better than he is!’