Wales vs. Scotland live stream: how to watch the vital Six Nations 2022 clash online
Here's how to live stream Wales vs. Scotland Six Nations 2022 rugby match from anywhere in the world.
Here's how to live stream Wales vs Scotland Six Nations 2022 rugby match from anywhere in the world.
After Ireland dealt defending champions Wales, a crushing blow in their opening game, they'll be trying to show a return to form this weekend. Scotland, meanwhile, after (narrowly) fending off England to take home the Calcutta Cup will be looking to follow up on their impressive Six Nations debut with another win. Could Scotland be on the way to winning the title for the first time since 1999?!
Here's everything you need to know about the Wales v Scotland game this weekend.
Wales vs. Scotland live stream — watch Six Nations 2022 clash for free in the UK
Rugby fans will find the Wales v Scotland game being shown live on BBC1, with coverage starting at 1.15 pm. This means the match will also be available to watch live online for free via BBC iPlayer.
If you'd prefer Welsh-language coverage of the match, head over to S4C instead where you can also catch Wales vs. Scotland live stream.
How to watch Wales vs Scotland rugby online from anywhere in the world
There's an easy way to watch Wales v Scotland online even if you're traveling and can't access your usual streaming services — it's a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
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How to watch Wales vs. Scotland in the US
US rugby fans will find the match being streamed live on Peacock, although you'll need to be a subscriber to either of Peacock's paid tiers in order to tune in. Peacock Premium costs $4.99 a month (or $49.99 annually), and the ad-free tier costs an extra $5 a month (or an extra $50 a year).
Wales vs. Scotland kick-off time
Wales vs. Scotland kicks off at 2:15 pm on Saturday, Feb. 12. For those watching in the US, the game starts at 9:15 am ET.
What channel is Wales vs. Scotland on?
The Six Nations broadcast rights are shared between ITV and the BBC. This match between Scotland and Wales is showing on BBC 1.
Wales vs. Scotland Six Nations 2022 venue
Wales will have the home advantage as this year Wales takes on Scotland at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
Wales team for Wales vs. Scotland Six Nations 2022 match
- 15. Liam Williams
- 14. Alex Cuthbert
- 13. Owen Watkin
- 12. Nick Tompkins
- 11. Louis Rees-Zammit
- 10. Dan Biggar
- 9. Tomos Williams
- 1. Wyn Jones
- 2. Ryan Elias
- 3. Tomas Francis
- 4. Will Rowlands
- 5. Adam Beard
- 6. Taine Basham
- 7. Jac Morgan
- 8. Ross Moriarty
- 16. Dewi Lake
- 17. Gareth Thomas
- 18. Dillion Lewis
- 19. Seb Davies
- 22. Callum Sheedy
- 23. Jonathan Davies
Scotland team for Wales vs. Scotland Six Nations 2022 match
- 15. Stuart Hogg
- 14. Darcy Graham
- 13. Chris Harris
- 12. Sione Tuipulotu
- 11. Duhan van der Merwe
- 10. Finn Russell
- 9. Ali Price
- 1. Pierre Schoeman
- 2. Stuart McInally
- 3. WP Nel
- 4. Johnny Gray
- 5. Grant Gilchrist
- 6. Sam Skinner
- 7. Hamish Watson
- 8. Matt Fagerson
- 16. George Turner
- 17. Rory Sutherland
- 18. Zander Fagerson
- 19. Magnus Bradbury
- 20. Rory Darge
- 21. Ben White
- 22. Blair Kinghorn
- 23. Cameron Redpath
Who is the referee for Wales v Scotland Six Nations 2022 match?
Australian rugby player-turned-referee Nic Berry will officiate the Wales v Scotland game, with Wayne Barnes (England) and Chris Busby (Ireland) on hand as assistant referees on the day.
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