The Scottish Rugby Union confirmed the fixture for the November International window. Those led by Gregor Townsend will receive Australia, South Africa and Japan, on the 7th, 13th and 20th of that month, respectively. After a July window with no activity, due to the suspension of the matches with Romania, Georgia and England A due to Covid-19 cases, the Cardo team confirmed its November international window with a highly competitive fixture, which will include the visit of the world champions.
The start of the competition will be on Sunday, November 7, against the Wallabies in Murrayfield. For its part, ssix days later, it will be the turn to measure forces against the Springboks, also in Edinburgh. Finally, on Saturday 20th, the Scottish national team will host Japan, in what will mark the rematch of the duel between both casts, in RWC 2019, which ended in the hands of the Brave Blossoms 28-21.
After having finished in fourth place, in the Six Nations 2021, Scotland will return to the ring in the month of November, being the only one selected without activity during the July window.