Wales vs Scotland rugby: Six Nations 2022 teams, date, kick off time, tickets detail and how to watch on TV

Rugby’s Greatest Championship continues this Saturday in Cardiff as Wayne Pivac’s side look for their victory against the Gregor Townsend’s Calcutta Cup winners.

The 2022 Six Nations Championship continues this weekend and Round Two gets underway with Wales playing their first home game of the tournament against Scotland.

Wales suffered a 29-7 loss in Dublin to Ireland last weekend while Scotland lifted the Calcutta Cup by beating England 20-17 at Murrayfield.

It will be the first of three fixtures in the second round with the Irish heading to France on the same day and England facing Italy in Rome on Sunday.

Here is everything you need to know about how to watch the match, when and where it kicks off and how the teams will line-up:

Wales v Scotland Six Nations 2022 date and kick off time

Scotland player Stuart Hogg slips as he makes a break towards the Wales line during the Guinness Six Nations match between Scotland and Wales at Murrayfield on February 13, 2021 in Edinburgh

Wales v Scotland is the first match in Round Two of the 2022 Six Nations and kicks off at 14:15 UK time on Saturday, February 12.

The Principality Stadium in Cardiff, which hosts all of Wales’ home rugby internationals, will be the venue for the fixture.

Scotland have not won in Cardiff since 2002 but did beat the Welsh at Parc y Scarlets in 2020. However, Wales were the victors in last year’s Six Nations as they won 25-24 at Murrayfield.

Wales v Scotland Six Nations 2022 team news

Both teams have already been named ahead of their 2022 Six Nations opener.

For Wales, Jac Morgan wins his first cap and will start at openside flanker while Owen Watkins replaces Johnny McNicholl in the backs.

The front five remains unchanged and Ross Moriarity also starts having been on the bench last week.

The Starting XV and replacements for Wales are:

  1. Wyn Jones Scarlets – 39 caps
  2. Ryan Elias - Scarlets – 24 caps
  3. Tomas Francis - Ospreys – 61 caps
  4. Will Rowlands - Dragons – 14 caps
  5. Adam Beard - Ospreys – 30 caps
  6. Taine Basham - Dragons – 8 caps
  7. Jac Morgan - Ospreys – uncapped
  8. Ross Moriarty - Dragons – 50 caps
  9. Tomos Williams - Cardiff Rugby – 30 caps
  10. Dan Biggar - Northampton Saints – 96 caps (Captain)
  11. Louis Rees-Zammit - Gloucester Rugby – 13 caps
  12. Nick Tompkins - Saracens – 17 caps
  13. Owen Watkin - Ospreys – 27 caps
  14. Alex Cuthbert - Ospreys – 48 caps
  15. Liam Williams - Scarlets – 75 caps

Replacements: 16. Dewi Lake - Ospreys – 1 cap, Gareth Thomas -Ospreys – 6 caps, Dillon Lewis - Cardiff Rugby – 35 caps, Seb Davies - Cardiff Rugby – 13 caps, Aaron Wainwright - Dragons – 35 caps, Gareth Davies - Scarlets – 66 caps, Callum Sheedy - Bristol Bears – 14 caps, Jonathan Davies - Scarlets – 93 caps.

Scotland make five changes from their Calcutta Cup win as Jamie Richie misses out through injury while Sam Johnson drops out of the squad completely and will feature for club side Glasgow Warriors this weekend.

Townsend has also rotated his entire front row that started against England.

The Starting XV and replacements for Scotland are:

  1. Pierre Schoeman - Edinburgh Rugby - 5 caps
  2. Stuart McInally - Edinburgh Rugby - 44 caps
  3. WP Nel - Edinburgh Rugby - 44 caps
  4. Jonny Gray – Exeter Chiefs – 65 caps
  5. Grant Gilchrist - Edinburgh Rugby - 49 caps
  6. Sam Skinner - Exeter Chiefs - 16 caps
  7. Hamish Watson - Edinburgh Rugby - 46 caps
  8. Matt Fagerson - Glasgow Warriors - 18 caps
  9. Ali Price – Glasgow Warriors - 47 caps
  10. Finn Russell – Racing 92 - (Vice-Captain) - 59 caps
  11. Duhan van der Merwe - Worcester Warriors - 14 caps
  12. Sione Tuipulotu - Glasgow Warriors - 2 caps
  13. Chris Harris – Gloucester Rugby - 32 caps
  14. 14. Darcy Graham - Edinburgh Rugby - 23 caps
  15. Stuart Hogg - Exeter Chiefs - 89 caps (Captain)

Replacements: 16. George Turner - Glasgow Warriors - 21 caps, 17. Rory Sutherland - Worcester Warriors - 17 caps, 18. Zander Fagerson - Glasgow Warriors - 43 caps, 19. Magnus Bradbury - Edinburgh Rugby - 15 caps, 20. Rory Darge – Glasgow Warriors - Uncapped, 21. Ben White - London Irish – 1 cap, 22. Blair Kinghorn - Edinburgh Rugby - 28 caps, 23. Cameron Redpath - Bath Rugby – 1 cap.

What channel is Wales v Scotland on? How to watch Six Nations 2022 and live stream

The 2022 Six Naitions match between Wales and Scotland is live on BBC One in the UK.

Coverage of the event starts at at 13:15 which is one hour before kick-off.

You can also stream the match live on BBC Iplayer.

Viewers who want to watch in Welsh can tune into S4C.

Wales v Scotland Six Nations 2022 ticket information

Details on any remaining tickets for Wales v Scotland, as well as Wales other two home fixtures in the 2

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