The match between France and Scotland has been postponed due to several cases of Kovid-19 between France’s XV.
The match between France’s XV, separated by a number of Kovid-19 cases, and Scotland, which is scheduled for Sunday as part of the Six Nations tournament, has been postponed, the Six Nations Monitoring Committee announced. That many sources related to the tournament was confirmed. Signed to AFP.
The committee, according to a statement, “unanimously recommended a postponement of the France – Scotland match.”
“We are working on the postponement date for this match and will communicate it in due time,” the governing body said. According to AFP information, the match between France and Scotland will not be rescheduled for the weekend of 6 and 7 March, yet exempted from the tournament.
The Scottish Federation on Monday stressed several players, including the captain, said “any postponement will have consequences on the availability of players’ consent to the clubs, which could lead to the unavailability of ten of them for selection.” Stuart Hogg, should be made available to their clubs.
On Thursday morning, the French Rugby Federation announced that a new French player tested positive, bringing the number of Covid-19 cases to sixteen in the ranks of the Blues: twelve players, plus four, including eight since the tournament began. Members of management, including coach Fabian Galthey.
The day before, the Six Nations committee maintained the meeting on a scheduled date and the Blues rearranged strongly and got the green light to resume training with contact.
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