Plucky, proud Scotland. Maybe we’re not all so sick of it after all.
Scotland will be self-critical and need to make more of their scoring chances, but there will be no change in philosophy or attempt at damage limitation in the daunting trip to Twickenham, says playmaker Finn Russell.
The toddler reins and training wheels – figuratively of course – are off, and Finn Russell will assume a leadership for Scotland’s attacking game on his own as Scotland look to derail a major winning streak for the second year in succession against Wales at Murrayfield.
Gregor Townsend insists dropping Greig Laidlaw for Saturday’s clash with Wales is not the beginning of the end for the skipper’s Scotland career.
Scotland's Finn Russell has recovered from his injury in time for this weekend's Round Four opening match with Wales for the Guinness Six Nations.
Shaun Edwards says he hopes the best is yet to come from Six Nations title and Grand Slam-chasing Wales.
Scotland have been boosted by the return of a host of players as they look to arrest their losing run in the Guinness Six Nations against leaders Wales.
How are we all bearing up? Therapy sessions booked? Need a group hug?
Scotland didn’t even have time to call on Kate Humble or Chris Packham as the “Finn Watch” ended less than 24 hours after it started and the star stand-off was ruled out of Scotland’s Guinness 6 Nations match against France in Paris.
Tommy Seymour insists losing Finn Russell will not cramp Scotland’s attacking style against France on Saturday.