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Scotland’s World Cup Qualifiers preparation to step up with Autumn Tests

Scotland’s World Cup Qualifiers preparation to step up with Autumn Tests

Scotland's Sarah Bonar encourages her team against France during this year's Womens Six Nations (©INPHO/Bryan Keane)

With the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup Qualifiers on the horizon, Scotland are in good form and spirits and you can be there to cheer the team on as their preparations continue this autumn.

Philip Doyle’s side have just completed their historic first tour with another emphatic win over South Africa at the weekend, following up their 47-5 first Test triumph with a convincing 38-15 win in the second Test on Saturday.

You can see Scotland in action this November when they return home to Scotstoun Stadium for two exciting Autumn Tests, against Wales (Sunday 17 November, 3.10pm) and Japan (Sunday 24 November, 1pm).

Get behind the team ahead of the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup Qualifiers next year, with match tickets starting at only £10 (adults) and £5 (under-18s) with the ever-popular “Kids for £1” offer for under-12s (one £1 ticket for U12s per paying adult).

Alternatively, you can save money and go to multiple games with the season-long four-match package, or Autumn Test two-match package.

Scotland last played Wales in the 2019 Six Nations at Scotstoun in a close encounter where Wales scored a last-gasp converted try with the clock on 80 minutes to take the win 15-10.

After their Wales showdown, Scotland will then welcome Japan to Scotstoun as the sides meet for the first time in November.

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With the global spotlight currently on Japan for the ongoing 2019 Rugby World Cup, it’s set to be an exciting Sunday afternoon fixture.

As an ode to Scottish Rugby’s close relationship with the city of Nagasaki in Japan, the team will be wearing the Nagasaki tartan in their strips this season alongside their front of shirt sponsor SP Energy Networks.