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  2. Taking place at Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow
  3. Wales earn their first win of the tournament
  4. Scotland stay bottom of the table having lost all four games
  5. Result: Scotland 15-17 Wales

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All times stated are UK

  1. Teams

    Scotland team to play Wales: 15. Chloe Rollie; 14. Rhona Lloyd, 13. Hannah Smith, 12. Lisa Thomson (captain), 11. Annabel Sergeant; 10. Helen Nelson, 9. Mhairi Grieve; 1. Megan Kennedy, 2. Lana Skeldon, 3. Mairi Forsyth, 4. Emma Wassell, 5. Sarah Bonar, 6. Rachel Malcolm, 7. Rachel McLachlan, 8. Jade Konkel

    Replacements: 16. Jodie Rettie, 17. Lisa Cockburn, 18. Katie Dougan, 19. Nicola Howat, 20. Deborah McCormack, 21. Jenny Maxwell, 22. Lisa Martin, 23. Abi Evans

    Wales team to play Scotland: 15. Lauren Smyth; 14. Jasmine Joyce,13. Hannah Jones, 12. Lleucu George, 11. Jess Kavanagh; 10. Robyn Wilkins, 9. Keira Bevan; 1. Caryl Thomas, 2. Carys Phillips (captain), 3. Amy Evans, 4. Gwen Crabb, 5. Mel Clay, 6. Alex Callender, 7. Bethan Lewis, 8. Siwan Lillicrap,

    Replacements: 16. Kelsey Jones, 17. Cara Hope, 18. Cerys Hale, 19. Alisha Butchers, 20. Manon Johnes, 21. Ffion Lewis, 22. Lisa Neumann, 23. Elinor Snowsill

  2. Wales make two changes for Scotland

    Scotland v Wales (19:35 GMT)

    Wales have made two changes for the Women's Six Nations game against Scotland.

    Lauren Smyth is chosen as full-back while Lleucu George is at inside centre having started in the back row against Hong Kong at the 2017 World Cup.

    In the pack, Beth Lewis and Alex Callender switch flanks while Manon Johnes returns to the matchday squad.

    Lauren Smyth
    Image caption: Wales full-back Lauren Smyth plays for Ospreys
  3. Bottom of the table clash for Wales and Scotland

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    Video caption: 'What a night for the 21-year-old' - Gabrielle Vernier hat-trick sinks Scotland

    Wales travel to Scotland aiming for their first victory in the Women’s 2019 Six Nations.

    After a tense 3-3 draw against Italy in round two, Wales suffered a nine-try defeat to England in the third round of matches. The 52-12 loss did see Jess Kavanagh and Cerys Hale run in their team's first tries of the 2019 tournament.

    Scotland start the match propping up the table having failed to pick up a point from their three games.

    Last year’s Grand Slam winners, France eased to a comfortable 41-10 victory over Shade Munro's side in the previous round of matches.

    That defeat came after losses to Ireland and Italy in the first two rounds of the competition.

    You can catch up with all the action from the third weekend of the 2019 Women's Six Nations here.

    Women's Six Nations Table
  4. How can I watch Scotland v Wales?

    You can watch all the action from the Women’s Six Nations match between Scotland and Wales live on Connected TV, BBC iPlayer, or at the top of this page, with coverage starting at 19:20 GMT.

    You can also watch highlights of all of the weekend’s action from the women’s competition on BBC One from 23:35 GMT on Sunday, 10 March.

  5. Get Inspired: How to get into Rugby Union

    Get Inspired


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

    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.

    The growing popularity of women's rugby in the UK can be seen through the success of the England team at the 2014 World Cup.

    It is incredibly popular at universities, and women's rugby clubs around the country are always looking for enthusiastic players and the next new pool of talent.

    Find your local club in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to give it a go. Or if you want a bit more information head to our handy guide here.