Scotland v Ireland Six Nations 4 February Live stream, Time, Head to Head stats

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2017 Six Nations Rugby Championship kick off from the 4th February with Tournament opener game between Scotland vs Ireland. As per Fixtures this Scotland vs Ireland Rugby Six nations 2017 Match will be schedule to played at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh from the 2:25pm GMT Time, 7-55 PM IST Time in India on Saturday 4th February 2017. Romain Poite (France) is the Match Referee for this Six Nations 2017 Match 1.

Greig Laidlaw is the captain of the Scotland national rugby team while Ireland rugby team leading by the skipper Rory Best. This is the First Match of the Week 1 and also of the Six nations 2017. So both team looking to better starts of this RBS Six Nations 2017.

Scotland takes on ireland in the 2017 RBS 6 Nations Opener on 4th February
Scotland takes on ireland in the 2017 RBS 6 Nations Opener on 4th February

Six Nations 2017 Match 1 : Scotland vs Ireland Rugby Live streaming, Telecast, TV channels

All the rugby fans can watch the Rugby Six nations Championship match 1 of Scotland vs Ireland live on BBC and ITS TV channels on official broadcasting channels. Rugby fans of UK can watch this RBS 6 championship Scotland vs Ireland Match on BBC TV while England, Ireland and Italy fans can watch Scotland vs Ireland Six Nations Rugby Match live telecast on RTV in UK while BBC TV channel also tune the live streaming of this matches in France, Scotland and Wales country.

Rugby Viewers of Australia, New Zealand, South American countries along with Brazil fans have to watch Six nations Scotland vs Ireland live stream on ESPN TV channels which provide 6 nations rugby 2017 live stream on its official websites.

Head to Head

If we seen the battle between this Two teams of Scotland and Ireland in the Rugby history then Total 131 Matches played between both sides. Scotland are successful won the 65 Matches while Ireland succeed on 61 occasion to beat Scotland team and remaining 5 Matches ended in the draw. Both team first time met in the rugby history on 1989.

Ireland v Scotland – Results Since 2000:

2000: Ireland won 44-22, Lansdowne Road
2001: Scotland won 32-10, Murrayfield
2002: Ireland won 43-22, Lansdowne Road
2003: Ireland won 36-6, Murrayfield; Ireland won 29-10, Murrayfield
2004: Ireland won 37-16, Lansdowne Road
2005: Ireland won 40-13, Murrayfield
2006: Ireland won 15-9, Lansdowne Road
2007: Ireland won 19-18, Murrayfield; Scotland won 31-21, Murrayfield
2008: Ireland won 34-13, Croke Park
2009: Ireland won 22-15, Murrayfield
2010: Scotland won 23-20, Croke Park
2011: Ireland won 21-18, Murrayfield; Scotland won 10-6, Murrayfield
2012: Ireland won 32-14, Aviva Stadium
2013: Scotland won 12-8, Murrayfield
2014: Ireland won 28-6, Aviva Stadium
2015: Ireland won 40-10, Murrayfield; Ireland won 28-22, Aviva Stadium

Biggest Wins:

Ireland: Points: 44-22, 2000 Six Nations; Margin: 36-6, 2003 Six Nations; 40-10, 2015 Six Nations

Scotland: Points & Margin: 38-10, 1997 Five Nations

Individual Records In The Series:

Most Points In A Match: Ireland 26 (David Humphreys 2003); Scotland 18 (Chris Paterson 2007, Dan Parks 2010)

Most Tries In A Match: Ireland 3 (Eugene Davy 1930, Seamus Byrne 1953, Brian O’Driscoll 2002); Scotland 4 (William Stewart 1913)

Most Appearances – Ireland v Scotland:

15 Brian O’Driscoll, Ronan O’Gara
14 Mike Gibson
13 John Hayes, Willie John McBride, Chris Paterson
12 Ross Ford, Paul O’Connell, Phil Orr, Fergus Slattery, Peter Stringer
11 Sandy Carmichael, Jim Hamilton, Scott Hastings, Moss Keane, Tom Kiernan, Sean Lamont, Bill Maclagan

Top Points Scorers – Ireland v Scotland:

125 Ronan O’Gara
95 Chris Paterson
84 David Humphreys
75 Gavin Hastings
56 Michael Kiernan
54 Jonathan Sexton
51 Ollie Campbell, Peter Dods
49 Andy Irvine
32 Greig Laidlaw

Top Try Scorers – Ireland v Scotland:

6 Roy Laidlaw
5 Alan Duggan, Brendan Mullin, Brian O’Driscoll
4 Eugene Davy, Andrew Henderson, Denis Hickie, Arthur Smith, Tony Stanger, George Stephenson, Bill Stewart, Ivan Tukalo, Bunny Wauchope

Ireland – Form Guide From Start Of The 2015 Six Nations:

Won 26-3 v Italy away (Six Nations)
Won 18-11 v France home (Six Nations)
Won 19-9 v England home (Six Nations)
Lost 23-16 v Wales away (Six Nations)
Won 40-10 v Scotland away (Six Nations)
Won 35-21 v Wales away (World Cup Warm-Up)
Won 28-22 v Scotland home (World Cup Warm-Up)
Lost 16-10 v Wales home (World Cup Warm-Up)
Lost 21-13 v England away (World Cup Warm-Up)
Won 50-7 v Canada neutral (World Cup Pool D)
Won 44-10 v Romania neutral (World Cup Pool D)
Won 16-9 v Italy neutral (World Cup Pool D)
Won 24-9 v France neutral (World Cup Pool D)
Lost 43-20 v Argentina neutral (World Cup Quarter-Final)
Drew 16-16 v Wales home (Six Nations)
Lost 10-9 v France away (Six Nations)
Lost 21-10 v England away (Six Nations)
Won 58-15 v Italy home (Six Nations)

Scotland – Form Guide From Start Of The 2015 Six Nations:

Lost 15-8 v France away (Six Nations)
Lost 26-23 v Wales home (Six Nations)
Lost 22-19 v Italy home (Six Nations)
Lost 25-13 v England away (Six Nations)
Lost 40-10 v Ireland home (Six Nations)
Lost 28-22 v Ireland away (World Cup Warm-Up)
Won 16-12 v Italy away (World Cup Warm-Up)
Won 48-7 v Italy home (World Cup Warm-Up)
Lost 19-16 v France away (World Cup Warm-Up)
Won 45-10 v Japan neutral (World Cup Pool B)
Won 39-16 v USA neutral (World Cup Pool B)
Lost 34-16 v South Africa neutral (World Cup Pool B)
Won 36-33 v Samoa neutral (World Cup Pool B)
Lost 35-34 v Australia neutral (World Cup Quarter-Final)
Lost 15-9 v England home (Six Nations)
Lost 27-23 v Wales away (Six Nations)
Won 36-20 v Italy away (Six Nations)
Won 29-18 v France home (Six Nations)

Scotland v Ireland – Team Line-ups

Scotland Team Line-up

Forwards

  • 1 Allan Dell
  • 2 Fraser Brown
  • 3 Zander Fagerson
  • 4 Richie Gray
  • 5 Jonny Gray
  • 6 Ryan Wilson
  • 7 Hamish Watson
  • 8 Josh Strauss

Backs

  • 9 Greig Laidlaw (CAPTAIN)
  • 10 Finn Russell
  • 11 Tommy Seymour
  • 12 Alex Dunbar
  • 13 Huw Jones
  • 14 Sean Maitland
  • 15 Stuart Hogg

Replacements

  • 16 Ross Ford
  • 17 Gordon Reid
  • 18 Simon Berghan
  • 19 Tim Swinson
  • 20 John Barclay
  • 21 Ali Price
  • 22 Duncan Weir
  • 23 Mark Bennett

Ireland Team Line-up

Forwards

  • 1 Jack McGrath
  • 2 Rory Best (CAPTAIN)
  • 3 Tadhg Furlong
  • 4 Iain Henderson
  • 5 Devin Toner
  • 6 CJ Stander
  • 7 Sean O’Brien
  • 8 Jamie Heaslip

Backs

  • 9 Conor Murray
  • 10 Paddy Jackson
  • 11 Simon Zebo
  • 12 Robbie Henshaw
  • 13 Garry Ringrose
  • 14 Keith Earls
  • 15 Rob Kearney

Replacements

  • 16 Niall Scannell
  • 17 Cian Healy
  • 18 John Ryan
  • 19 Ultan Dillane
  • 20 Josh Van der Flier
  • 21 Kieran Marmion
  • 22 Ian Keatley
  • 23 Tommy Bowe

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