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Six Nations Schedule 2024: Here's When Finn Russell, Scotland Rugby Play

Six Nations Schedule 2024: Here's When Finn Russell, Scotland Rugby Play

Finn Russell and Scotland Rugby look to win their first Six Nations championship since 1999.

Jan 27, 2024 by Joe Harrington
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Superstar Finn Russell, the standout fly-half for Bath Rugby and Scotland's national team, leads his country back to the Six Nations with the goal of finally winning the tournament. 

Russell, one of the featured players in Netflix's "Six Nations: Full Contact" documentary series, has been a mainstay for the Scottish national team since 2014 with 107 appearances and 470 points. 

Last year, Scotland was third on the Six Nations table with a 3-0-2 record, falling to Grand Slam champion Ireland and then-defending champion France. At the time, those were the top two teams in the world. 

Scotland hasn't won the Six Nations since 1999, when it was known as the Five Nations, and has not won the Grand Slam or Triple Crown since 1990. In fact, Scotland has struggled in the Six Nations this century, even obtaining the "Wooden Spoon" in 2015. The special award is given to the team that finishes in last place.

But with stars such as Russell, Jamie Ritchie and Duhan Van Der Merwe, Scotland hopes to snap the 25-year drought. 

Six Nations Fixtures 2024: Here’s When Scotland Rugby Plays In The Six Nations

Here is the Scotland schedule for the Six Nations:

Six Nations 2024 Round 1 Fixture 

  • Feb. 3: Wales vs. Scotland, 11:45 a.m. EST, Cardiff, Wales

Six Nations 2024 Round 2 Fixture

  • Feb. 10: Scotland vs. France, 9:15 a.m., Edinburgh, Scotland

Six Nations 2024 Round 3 Fixture

  • Feb. 24: Scotland vs. England, 11:45 a.m., Edinburgh, Scotland

Six Nations 2024 Round 4 Fixture

  • March 9: Italy vs. Scotland, 9: 15 a.m., Rome

Six Nations 2024 Round 5 Fixture

  • March 16: Ireland vs. Scotland, 12:45 p.m. 

France Rugby Has The Best Six Nations Odds

While Ireland went 5-0 and completed the Grand Slam in 2023, according to a collection of betting sites, including Draftkings and Fanduel, France is the betting favorite to win the Six Nations in 2024, followed by Ireland and England.

How To Watch The Six Nations Rugby Championship

The Six Nations Rugby Championship will be broadcast on NBC Sports in the United States and a variety of different networks across Europe. 

However, the U20 Six Nations tournament, which begins on Feb. 2, can be streamed on FloSports in the United States. 

In March, the 2024 Women's Six Nations tournament also will stream on FloSports.

Where Can I Watch The Stars Of The Netflix Show Six Nations: Full Contact?

FloRugby and the FloSports app are the United States' streaming providers of the United Rugby Championship, which features the top professional teams in Ireland, Scotland, Italy, Wales and South Africa. 

This includes Leinster Rugby, Andrew Porter's professional team. 

Both platforms also stream the Top 14, the French professional rugby league, where stars such as Antoine Dupont, play for Toulouse. 

In April, the FloRugby and the FloSports app will continue coverage of the Investec Champions Cup, which is for the European professional championship. This features the eight best teams from the URC, Top 14 and the Gallagher Premiership (the English professional league).

World Rugby Rankings Ahead Of 2024 Six Nations Tournament

Here are the rankings before the Six Nations rugby championship: 

  1. South Africa 94.54
  2. Ireland 90.57
  3. New Zealand 89.80
  4. France 87.81
  5. England 85.46
  6. Scotland 83.43
  7. Argentina 80.68
  8. Wales 80.64
  9. Australia 77.48
  10. Fiji 76.38
  11. Italy 75.93
  12. Japan 74.27
  13. Portugal 72.78
  14. Georgia 72.68
  15. Samoa 72.23
  16. Tonga 71.57
  17. USA 67.94
  18. Uruguay 67.39
  19. Romania 63.28
  20. Spain 62.86
  21. Canada 60.90
  22. Namibia 60.56
  23. Chile 60.49
  24. Hong Kong China 59.80
  25. Russia 58.06

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