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Thu 12 Mar 2020 | 06:10

6N U20: And then there was One

6N U20: And then there was One
Thu 12 Mar 2020 | 06:10
6N U20: And then there was One
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Wales Under-20 host Scotland Under-20, and that is the only Six Nations Under-20 match that will be played on this, the final weekend of Under-20 Six Nations.

The matches postponed are France vs Ireland in Perpignan and Italy vs England in Verona, a coronavirus flashpoint..

The postponements are especially tough for Ireland whose match with Italy last week was also postponed. They are clear at the top of the log, having played three matches and won each with a bonus point. France are second but not with a realistic chance of ousting Ireland, even though they have played a match more. Ireland would hope to play the missed matches and complete a Grand Slam.

The Log after Round 4

1. Ireland – 15 points
2. France – 11 points
3. England – 10 points
4. Scotland – 8 point
5. Wales – 10 points
6. Italy – 6 point

The Round 5 Fixtures

Ireland vs France at Stade Aimé-Giral, Perpignan
Italy vs England at Payanini Rugby Centre, Verona
Wales vs Scotland at Zip World Stadium, Colwyn bay

Previous Results

Results, Round 1

Ireland vs Scotland, 38-26 in Cork
Italy vs Wales, 17-7 in Colwyn Bay
England vs France, 29-24 in Grenoble

Results, Round 2

England vs Scotland, 21-17 in Edinburgh
Ireland vs Wales, 36-22 in Cork
France vs Italy, 31-19 in Aix-en-Provence

Results, Round 3

Ireland vs England, 39-21 in Northampton
Wales vs France, 14-11 in Colwyn Bay
Scotland vs Italy, 30-29 in Reggio Emillia

Results, Round 4

Wales vs England 23-22
France vs Scotland, 29-22
Ireland vs Italy, postponed

Wales vs Scotland

The last match left standing could be a thriller, if the earlier results are anything to go by.

Scotland beat Italy who beat Wales.
Wales beat France who beat Scotland.

Wales could just have greater confidence, coming off a special win while the Scots come off a defeat.
The defeat could galvanise the Scots into a greater effort.

In their four matches so far, Scotland have score 95 points, Wales 66.

It could be a high-scoring game.

Match Details

Wales vs Scotland at Zip World Stadium, Colwyn Bay

Teams

Wales has made just two changes to its starting XV, one forced by an injury tpo fullback Jacob Beetham whose place is taken by Ioan Lloyd. The other change is at hooker. It’s Dom Booth’s turn to start, William Griffiths’s turn to sit on the bench.

The Scots have made just one change. Flank Jack Hill comes off the bench and flank Gregor Brown goes to the bench

Wales: 15 Ioan Lloyd, 14 Frankie Jones, 13 Bradley Roderick, 12 Aneurin Owen, 11 Mason Grady, 10 Sam Costelow, 9 Ellis Bevan, 8 Morgan Strong, 7 Jac Morgan (captain), 6 Ioan Davies, 5 Ben Carter, 4 James Fender, 3 Ben Warren, 2 Dom Booth, 1 Theo Bevacqua
Replacements: 16 Will Griffiths, 17 Callum Williams, 18 Harri O’Connor, 19 Ed Scragg, 20 Gwilym Bradley, 21 Dafydd Buckland, 22 Joe Hawkins, 23 Luke Scully

Scotland: 15 Ollie Smith, 14 Rufus McLean, 13 Matthew Currie, 12 Robbie McCallum, 11 Jacob Henry, 10 Nathan Chamberlain, 9 Roan Frostwick, 8 Rory Darge (captain), 7 Connor Boyle, 6 Jack Hill, 5 Cameron Henderson, 4 Kieran Watt, 3 Mak Wilson, 2 Ewan Ashman, 1 Thomas Lambert
Replacements: 16 Rory Jackson, 17 Alex Maxwell, 18 George Breese, 19 Jamie Campbell, 20 Gregor Brown, 21 Kyle McGhie, 22 Cameron Scott, 23 Jack Blain

Date: Friday, 13 March 2020
Kick-off: 19.35
Venue: Zip World Stadium, Colwyn Bay, North Wales
Expected weather conditions: Rain with a high of 9°C and a low of 6°C An evening for the brave.
Referee: Gianluca Gnecchi (Italy)
Assistant referees: Federico Boraso (Italy), Riccardo Angelucci (Italy)
Television match official: Stefano Pennè (Italy)
Timekeeper: Colin Scott (Wales)
Assessor: Greg Garner (England)
Citing commissioner: Gabriele Pezzano (Italy)

France vs Ireland at Stade Aimé-Giral, Perpignan
Postponed

Referee: Christophe Ridley
Assistant referees: Jack Makepeace, Philip Watters
Television match official: Trevor Fisher
Assessor: Jérôme Garcès (France)

Italy vs England at Payanini Rugby Centre, Verona
Postponed

Referee: Sam Grove-White (Scotland)
Assistant referees: Ian Kenny (Scotland), Graeme Ormiston (Scotland)
Assessor: Joel Jutge (France)

PV: 497


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