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The Thistle Suite

The Thistle Suite is BT Murrayfield’s premium hospitality suite located in the West Stand In the very heart of BT Murrayfield. Our match day hospitality is well known for top class entertainment, outstanding atmosphere provided by the ever-changing array of world-renowned rugby guests which offer an insight into the game. Combined with a luxury three course meal and unrivalled seats, this really is the very best way to see the game and even includes a visit from the captain post-match.

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Scotland 29-0 Italy

Date: Saturday 18th March 2017

Venue: BT Murrayfield Stadium , Edinburgh

Referee: Pascal Gauzere (France)

Attendance: 67,144

Scotland v Italy Match Reports

Scotland completed their Six Nations campaign with a 29-0 bonus-point win over Italy at a sold-out BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh. Scotland built a commanding 15-0 half-time lead thanks to tries from man-of-the-match Finn Russell and Matt Scott, plus an earlier penalty kick by Stuart Hogg. Italy meanwhile missed three first-half penalty kicks. After the break, Scotland were reduced to 14 men when Captain John Barclay was sent to the sin-bin as Italy pushed hard for a score. However, despite having a couple of good opportunities, Italy failed to take advantage during the period. Tim Visser touched down for a third Scottish try, somewhat against the run of play, just after the hour mark. Tommy Seymour then secured a bonus point for Scotland when he scored his side’s fourth try inside the final ten minutes. A selection of match reports is listed below:

Scotland v Italy – Match Highlights

Scotland v Italy – Match Stats

Scotland: (15) 29
Try: Russell (28′), Scott (38′), Visser (62′), Seymour (73′)
Conversion: Russell (29′, 63′, 74′)
Penalty: Hogg (5′)

Italy: (0) 0

Man of The Match: Finn Russell (Scotland)

Scotland v Italy – Team Line-ups

Scotland Team Line-up

Forwards

  • 1 Gordon Reid
  • 2 Ross Ford
  • 3 Zander Fagerson
  • 4 Grant Gilchrist
  • 5 Jonny Gray
  • 6 John Barclay (CAPTAIN)
  • 7 Hamish Watson
  • 8 Ryan Wilson

Backs

  • 9 Ali Price
  • 10 Finn Russell
  • 11 Tim Visser
  • 12 Alex Dunbar
  • 13 Huw Jones
  • 14 Tommy Seymour
  • 15 Stuart Hogg

Replacements

  • 16 Fraser Brown
  • 17 Allan Dell
  • 18 Simon Berghan
  • 19 Tim Swinson
  • 20 Cornell Du Preez
  • 21 Henry Pyrgos
  • 22 Duncan Weir
  • 23 Matt Scott

Italy Team Line-up

Forwards

  • 1 Andrea Lovotti
  • 2 Ornel Gega
  • 3 Lorenzo Cittadini
  • 4 Marco Fuser
  • 5 George Biagi
  • 6 Abraham Steyn
  • 7 Maxime Mata Mbanda’
  • 8 Sergio Parisse (CAPTAIN)

Backs

  • 9 Edoardo Gori
  • 10 Carlo Canna
  • 11 Giovanbattista Venditti
  • 12 Luke Mclean
  • 13 Tommaso Benvenuti
  • 14 Angelo Esposito
  • 15 Edoardo Padovani

Replacements

  • 16 Leonardo Ghiraldini
  • 17 Sami Panico
  • 18 Dario Chistolini
  • 19 Andries Van Schalkwyk
  • 20 Federico Ruzza
  • 21 Francesco Minto
  • 22 Marcello Violi
  • 23 Luca Sperandio

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Scotland v Italy, Six Nations 2015: as it happened

Scotland vs Italy, Six Nations – Latest score, news updates, live match report and result from Murrayfield on Saturday, February 28, 2015, kick-off 14.30 (GMT)

4:13PM GMT 28 Feb 2015

Can Scotland open their Six Nations account at Murrayfield this afternoon or will it be the Azzurri with a first victory under their belts come the final whistle? Email your thoughts to iain.spragg@hotmail.com

Full Time: Scotland 19 Italy 22

There’s no time to restart the match after the conversion and Italy have won at Murrafyfield! Looking at the replays, it looks like Clancy made the right call on the penalty try and the emotion on the faces of the Italy players tells its own story. The look of anguish in the Scottish camp tells an altogether different tale.

79 min ITALY PENALTY TRY! Scotland 19 Italy 22. The Azzurri pound Scotland with the driving maul and as they hurtle towards the line, it collapses. Clancy heads towards the posts and awards the penalty try.

77 min Horne misses touch with the penalty and the Italians come again. Ben Toolis on debut is then yellow carded. Scotland willsee out this game with 14 men.

76 min. Big call! The scrum goes down yet again but for reasons only he knows, Clancy penalises Italy! Why the Azzurri would bring it down with the try line beckoning is something of a mystery.

75 min It collapses but there’s no penalty. Try again fellas.

74 min They edge slowly forward and Scotland are pinged for collapsing. The Italians will have another crack.

73 min They get the ball over the Scottish line but it’s held up. The scrum goes to Italy.

72 min The Azzurri have a couple of stabs at the rolling maul without great success but they still get a penalty. Again they turn down the kick and opt for the kick for the lineout.

70 min Italy penalty and with the deficit now more than one one penalty kick, they opt for touch and surely the catch and drive from the lineout.

67 min SCOTLAND PENALTY! Scotland 19 Italy 15. Scottish patience is rewarded as they hold onto the ball through the phases and Italy are eventually penalised for offside. Laidlaw makes no mistake with his kick to nudge his side four points clear.

63 min A rolling maul edges Scotland into the Azzurri 22 but the Italian tackling is good as the ball goes wide. There’s not enough speed in the Scottish attacking play to find the cracks.

62 min Cries of ‘Scotland, Scotland’ echo around Murrayfield as the home side move into the Italy half and we still have no points in the second half.

61 min Hogg thinks he’s clear through and about to score unmolested underneath the posts but the Scotland full-back is hauled back by Clancy’s whistle, the referee correctly calling a forward pass.

57 min Scotland go for touch, win the lineout and attack – until Italy steal possession and move up field. The error count in this match – not to mention the penalty count – is horrendous.

56 min It’s a complete lottery in the scrum now and this time Scotland are awarded the penalty for what Clancy’s perceives as Italian indiscipline.

52 min The Azzurri forwards win a penalty with a powerful shove in the scrum but substitute Allan is off traget from the tee and Scotland retain their slender lead.

48 min It’s been a muted start to the half as the two teams both play a predominantly territorial game, opting for the kick more often than the pass.

45 min Another scrum and yet more irritating delays as the two front rows refuse to go down cleanly. Scotland finally secure their own ball but before they can clear it out, they win the penalty as Italy are pinged for not scrumming straight.

42 min Early territorial advantage to Scotland with a lineout on the Italian 22 but yet another mistake in the shape of a knock on sees the danger evaporate.

41 min Second half is underway and the next score for either side will be very interesting indeed.

Captain Greig Laidlaw kicked 11 first-half points for Scotland at Murrayfield

HALF TIME: The referee signals the end of the first 40 minutes and we have a one-point game in Edinburgh folks. It’s been a curate’s egg of a Test match at Murrayfield with plenty of mistakes and some disjointed rugby but we have also had three tries already and what promises to be a tense second half. It really is anyone’s game at this stage.

35 min ITALY TRY! Scotland 16 Italy 15. Haimona comes up just short with a penalty effort but Italy swarm all over the ball as it comes off the posts. Clancy goes to the TMO to see if the Italians have managed to snaffle possession and ground the ball. The replays show Venditti has indeed got his mitts on the ball and it’s try to Italy. Haimona converts.

32 min Italian catch and drive from the lineout and Scotland’s forwards on the back foot again. This time however Italy go wide and they lose the ball after good work at the breakdown by the flanker Cowan.

31 min Encouraging signs as Scotland go through the phases, edging their way into enemy territory but the Italian defence holds firm for now.

Josh Furno opened Italy’s account in Edinburgh

27 min SCOTLAND PENALTY! Scotland 16 Italy 8. The Azzurri are caught a mile offside and Laidlaw’s radar remains true as he dissects the uprights with another successful penalty.

24 min More nonsense at scrum time as both front rows fail to do as they’re told and there’s booing from the crowd as the game grinds to a temporary halt. Followed by a slow hand clap.

22 min It’s tense and it’s entertaining in its own way at Murrayfield but both sides making too many unforced errors at the moment for it to become a feast of running rugby.

20 min Italy come again through the forwards but Scotland pinch the ball and Hogg hoofs clear.

Mark Bennett scored Scotland’s first try at Murrayfield

17 min ITALY PENALTY! Scotland 13 Italy 8. Scotland commit the caridnal sin of allowing the Azzurri back into contention almost immediately, conceeding a penalty for offside which Haimona strokes over to reduce the arrears.

15 min SCOTLAND PENALTY! Scotland 13 Italy 5. A great break from Seymour slices open the Italian defence and the visitors are penalised for going off their feet at the breakdown. Skipper Laidlaw steps forwards knocks over the penalty.

12 min Scotland look stunned by that Italian response and have gone their collective shell for the moment.

9 min ITALY TRY! Scotland 10 Italy 5. What a reply from Italy, powering their way through the Scottish forwards with a muscular rolling maul and it’s Josh Furno at the bottom of it all to touch down. Haimona misses the difficult conversion but it’s game on!

7 min. SCOTLAND TRY! Scotland 10 Italy 0. Mark Bennett intercepts Haimona’s wayward pass and races over from long range with ease. Laidlaw converts and Scotland have suddenly stormed into a 10-point lead.

6 min A phase of boring aerial tennis ensues but neither side gain a significant territorial advantage.

4 min First scrum of the game goes down at the first time of asking. And then again! Front rowers really are naughty boys. Referee George Clancy grows tried of the farce and wards Italy a free kick.

2 min SCOTLAND PENALTY! Scotland 3 Italy 0. The Azzurri are pinged for coming in at the side and Laidlaw slots over an easy penalty.

1 min And we’re up and running at Murrayfield as Hogg kicks high and handsome.

Jacques Brunel’s Italy are in desperate need of a victory today

14.25 Both teams out on the pitch, preparing to belt out their respective anthems.

14.20 The headline selection news this week however had to be the loss of Martin Castrogiovanni, unavailable to play after being bitten on the nose by a friend’s dog. A brave dog indeed and Castrogiovanni’s place goes to Dario Chistolini.

Peter Horne comes in at fly-half for Scotland for the suspended Finn Russell

14.16 Elsewhere Josh Furno is drafted into the second row in the absence of injured veteran Marco Bortolami, while Zebre prop Matias Aguero replaces Alberto De Marchi, who drops to the bench. Treviso flanker Simone Favaro returns to the XV in place of Mauro Bergamasco, who is banished from the matchday squad.

14.14 Italy head coach Jacques Brunel hands Test debuts to Treviso centre Enrico Bacchin and Zebre winger Michele Visentin, two of six changes to the XV that were beaten up by England at Twickenham a fortnight ago.

14.10 Unsurprisingly Cotter is predicting a bruising encounter at Murrayfield this afternoon.

We’re very wary of Italy and feel that they have improved. They are a team that will be targeting this game, so we must be prepared to roll our sleeves up and work very hard to get a result. They are a big, physical team – bigger than us – so we will have to be technically strong and well connected as a group to withstand what will be a strong assault on our defensive line.

14.06 Horne’s call up is one of four changes made by Cotter. Tommy Seymour has shaken off injury to replace Tim Visser on the wing, Euan Murray comes in for Geoff Cross at prop and lock Tim Swinson deputises for the injured Richie Gray in the engine room of the Scottish pack. On the bench, Edinburgh forwards Ben Toolis and Hamish Watson will make their Test debuts if they play.

14.03 Scotland’s coach has named Peter Horne at fly-half for today’s game in the absence of his Warriors team-mate Finn Russell, who is suspended after his ill-advised aerial challenge on Dan Biggar in the defeat to Wales. Horne plays most of his rugby for Glasgow at 10 but insists he’s ready to step into Russell’s boots.

Scotland fans are hoping for a morale-boosting win at Murrayfield today

13.55 The good news for supporters of the Saltire is Scotland have beaten the Italians in five of their last six Tests. Admittedly the two most recent victories have been by a solitary point but a win is a win and Cotter would probably settle for any kind of result at Murrayfield today.

13.50 Scotland were undone by Wales two weeks ago and you can check out the match highlights courtesy of the Official RBS 6 Nations YouTube channel.

13.48 This fixture has become an almost a perennial battle to avoid the aforementioned Wooden Spoon of late. The 2013 Championship aside when France and Ireland propped up the table, Scotland and the Azzurri have slugged it out to avoid finishing bottom for six of the last seven seasons and this year is following a soberingly similar pattern.

13.37 Scotland’s defeats to France and Wales have put something of a dent in the team’s initial revival under Vern Cotter while Italy have been overwhelmed and ultimately outclassed in their opening two games against Ireland and England. Redemption is up for grabs in Edinburgh this afternoon but while there will collective sighs of relief for the winners, the Wooden Spoon surely beckons for the loser.

13.33 Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the first of today’s Six Nations double header as Scotland welcome Italy to Murrayfield for a match which will condemn one side to a third successive defeat in this year’s Championship but provide a source of succour for the victors.

Today Line-Ups:

Scotland: Stuart Hogg; Tommy Seymour, Mark Bennett, Alex Dunbar, Sean Lamont; Peter Horne, Greig Laidlaw (captain); Alasdair Dickinson, Ross Ford, Euan Murray, Tim Swinson, Jonny Gray, Rob Harley, Blair Cowan, Johnnie Beattie.

Replacements: Fraser Brown, Ryan Grant, Geoff Cross, Ben Toolis, Hamish Watson, Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, Greig Tonks, Matt Scott

Italy: Luke McLean; Michele Visentin, Luca Morisi, Enrico Bacchin, Giovambattista Venditti; Kelly Haimona, Edoardo Gori; Matias Aguero, Leonardo Ghiraldini, Dario Chistolini, George Fabio Biagi, Joshua Furno, Francesco Minto, Simone Favaro, Sergio Parisse (captain).

Replacements: Andrea Manici, Alberto De Marchi, Lorenzo Cittadini, Marco Fuser, Samuela Vunisa, Guglielmo Palazzani, Tommaso Allan, Giulio Bisegni.

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