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Scotland vs Tonga Ikale Tahi Rugby in Edinburgh | 30th October 2021 , How to Stream

Watch Scotland vs Tonga Live streaming Rugby Telecast online – If you love watching Ikale Tahi Tonga Rugby, then you must be waiting for this event as it is one of the top Rugby in this year rugby event.  Scotland will face Tonga at the BT Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh on Saturday 30th October. This will be the first of four autumn internationals to be played by Scotland in 2021.

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Scotland Rugby has confirmed the dates and venues for the Tests against Tonga , Australia and South Africa. Around the world of Rugby Viewers looking to watch Tonga vs Scotland live stream on computer, laptop, Tablet along with Mobile Device on Windows, Android and Iphone, ipad.

Scotland vs Ikale Tahi Tonga Rugby Test

Test Event Scotland v Tonga
Date & time 30th October 2021
Venue BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
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The most recent encounter between the two teams occurred during the 2014 autumn internationals, when Scotland scored five tries to beat Tonga 37-12 in Kilmarnock.

Overall, Scotland and Tonga have met on four previous occasions, with Scotland winning three matches and Tonga winning just one match.

What time is kick-off?

Kick-off for this game is at 11.15am BST, 7.15pm . This one will be broadcast on ITV, with the replays and a live stream available on the ITV Hub. Alternatively, you can follow all the action here with Telegraph Sport.

England’s 31-man squad for the World Cup was announced on August 13, with World Cup debuts handed out to 12 new players including Luke Cowan-Dickie, Maro Itoje and Elliot Daly. Eddie Jones has also selected uncapped full-back Ruaridh McConnochie for the tournament.

Ikale Tahi Tonga Rugby FIXTURES

Tonga’s 31-man squad

Forwards: Siegfried ‘Fisiihoi, Vunipola Fifita, Latu ‘Talakai, Paula ‘Ngauamo, Sosefo ‘Sakalia, Siua Maile, Siua ‘Halanukonuka, Ma’afu Fia, Ben Tameifuna, Sam Lousi, Leva Fifita, Sitiveni Mafi, Sione Kalamafoni, Maama ‘Vaipulu, Fotu ‘Lokotui, Zane ‘Kapeli, Dan Faleafa, Nasi Manu.

Backs: Sonatane Takulua, Leon ‘Fukofuka, Samisoni Fisilau, Kurt Morath, James ‘Faiva, Siale Piutau, Malietoa Hingano, Nafi Tuitavake, Atieli Pakalani, David Halaifonua, Viliami Lolohea, Cooper Vuna, Telusa Veainu.


Ian Foster’s side will begin the 2021 season on Saturday July 3 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, for the first time in what will be an historic Test against Tonga. The match is also a double-header with the Māori All Blacks playing Manu Samoa beforehand.

The All Blacks will then play back-to-back tests against Fiji – their first ever series against the Pacific Island nation.

The All Blacks have played Fiji nine times before, but not since 2011 in what was the final test match at Carisbrook in Dunedin. The first match against Fiji was in Suva in 1974, with the All Blacks pipping the home side that day 14-13.

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