After a disappointing World Cup, Scotland have shown their improvement in the Six Nations 2020, where they have defeated France and Italy and winning for the first time since 2002 in Wales.
Scotland team will try to continue this improvement in the Autumn Nations Cup, which will take place from November 13 to December 6, but they must do so without the first two halves. Adam Hastings (shoulder) and Finn Russell (groin) were both excluded from the game due to injuries.
Scotland travel to Italy for the first pool match, then played France and Fiji at BT Murrayfield. Then they will battle another group of teams-England, Georgia, Ireland, or Wales that ranked with the same position on their pool table.
Forwards: Hamish Watson, George Turner, Ben Toolis, Blade Thomson, Rory Sutherland, Sam Skinner, Jamie Ritchie, Willem Nel, Stuart McInally, Oli Kebble, Nick Haining, Jonny Gray, Zander Fagerson, Matt Fagerson, Cornell du Preez, Scott Cummings, Blair Cowan, Fraser Brown, Jamie Bhatti, Simon Berghan.
Backs: Duncan Weir, Duhan van der Merwe, Scott Steele, Ali Price, Sean Maitland, James Lang, Blair Kinghorn, Huw Jones, Sam Johnson, George Horne, Stuart Hogg, Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, Chris Harris, Nick Grigg, Darcy Graham.
Saturday, 14 Nov, Italy vs Scotland, 12.45 pm, TBA
Sunday 22 Nov, Scotland vs France, 3.15 pm, BT Murrayfield
Saturday, 28 Nov, Scotland vs Fiji, 1.45 pm, BT Murrayfield
Saturday, 5 Dec/Sunday 6 Dec, Scotland vs TBD
Here you will see complete Autumn Nations Cup Schedule 2020