SCOTLAND are on the crest of a wave as they prepare to host Wales after a fantastic win away to England.
Gregor Townsend's men ended 38-years of hurt at Twickenham last weekend, beating the Red Rose 11-6.
Wales meanwhile arrive on the back of a victory themselves, turning over 14-man Ireland 21-16 on home soil.
What time does Scotland vs Wales kick off?
- Part of the second round of Six Nations fixtures, this clash will be held on Saturday, February 13 – TODAY.
- Kick-off at Murrayfield is at 4.45pm GMT.
- When the sides met in last year's tournament, Scotland scrapped their way to a 14-10 win.
What TV channel is Scotland vs Wales on and can I live stream it?
- Every match of this year's Six Nations will be live on either ITV or the BBC.
- You can catch Scotland vs Wales live on BBC ONE, where coverage will begin at 4.15pm.
- You can also watch on S4C for Welsh language commentary.
- Streaming is available on the BBC iPlayer – provided you have a valid TV licence.
What is the team news?
Sean Maitland and Cameron Redpath have both been ruled out following Scotland's win over England.
But their injury woes are few compared to those of their opponents.
Wayne Pivac's Wales are without George North, Johnny Williams, Hallam Amos, Tomos Williams, Josh Navidi and Dan Lydiate.
- Scotland to win again – 8/15
- Draw – 20/1
- Wales victory on the road – 13/8
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.
- Etienne Fermie
GOING TO TOWN
Scotland boss Gregor Townsend has urged his side to back up last weekend's 11-6 victory over England at Twickenham, when they host Wales this afternoon.
He said: "The growth for us now has to be in backing up big performances.
"That means being consistent and tough to beat, something I suppose we have not always been if you look back over the last few years.
"Consistency in performance might not mean that you win every game, but you will get confidence from it so you are able to handle tough moments.
"We know we are in for a testing game against an experienced Wales side, but we believe in this group and we can be a match for anybody in this championship."
- Etienne Fermie
SCOT TO BE DONE
Scotland host Wales at Murrayfield this afternoon still bathing in the afterglow of last weekend's stunning Calcutta Cup triumph over England at Twickenham.
Gregor Townsend's side travelled south of the border to dominate the Red Rose in their own backyard, bossing possession and giving little away during the 11-6 victory.
This time around they'll aim to prove they are serious contenders for the title, by backing up last week's triumph with another statement win against Wales.
Wayne Pivac's side themselves got off to a good start last time out, defeating Ireland 21-16 at the Principality Stadium on Sunday.
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