The Rugby World Cup 2019 is getting closer, which means it's time for the international warm-up matches to start heating up. France against Scotland will be the first in a two-legged matchup between the two countries, which should give them the chance to show what they have in store for the world. You can live stream France vs Scotland rugby action from anywhere with the help of this guide.
The last big matchup of the two sides at the Six Nations this year was when France beat Scotland 27-10. In a total of 93 matches between the two sides since 1910, France have won 54 while Scotland had to make do with just 36 wins with three draws.
This time Scotland will have Saracen center Duncan Taylor on the starting line, after returning from a two-year hiatus due to a knee injury. This will allow him to earn his 22nd cap for Scotland, where he will appear alongside captain Agne Stuart and another injury returned player, former captain John Barclay.
It should be an enjoyable warm-up game for both teams ahead of the World Cup and the match can be watched live - no matter where in the world you are - by following our France vs Scotland live broadcast tips below.
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