They did manage to return to winning ways against Italy last week after back-to-back defeats, winning 33-22.
And in their final game of the championship, they have the chance to have a big say on the title winners.
Scotland take on an Ireland side, who are within two points of leaders France heading into the final weekend.
Here’s what you need to know ahead of the clash.
Is Ireland vs Scotland on TV?
Ireland and Scotland will go head-to-head at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, 19 March.
The game will kick off at 4.45pm.
Is it on TV?
Yes, it is.
The game will be shown on ITV, with coverage kicking off at 4pm and concluding at 7pm.
BBC Two will have a highlights show on Sunday, 20 March at 7:05pm.
But if you want to catch the highlights even earlier, they will be available on Dailymotion here.
Andy Farrell has made three changes to the Ireland team that beat England at the weekend.
Mack Hansen will replace the injured Andrew Conway on the wing, while Jamies Ryan and Peter O’Mahoney make way for Iain Henderson and Jack Conan respectively in the pack.
Ireland lineup: Keenan; Hansen, Ringrose, Aki, Lowe; Sexton (C), Gibson-Park; Healy, Sheehan, Furlong, Beirne, Henderson, Doris, Van der Flier, Conan.
Replacements: Henshaw, Carbery, Murray, Kilcoyne, Herring, Bealham, Treadwell, O’Mahony.
For Scotland, Gregor Townsend has controversially opted to replace fly-half Finn Russell with Blair Kinghorn.
Meanwhile, Sam Skinner takes the place of Exter team-mate Jonny Gray in the second row.
Scotland lineup: Hogg (C); Graham, Harris, Johnson, Steyn; Kinghorn, Price; M Fagerson, Watson, Darge; Gilchrist, J Gray; Z Fagerson, Turner, Schoeman.
Replacements: Brown, Dell, Nel, Skinner, Bayliss, White, Russell, Bennett.