[WATCH-LIVE] Scotland vs Tonga Rugby World Cup Live Game On 24 Sep 2023

Scotland and Tonga are set to clash in the Rugby World Cup, and here’s all the information you need:

Date, Kick-off Time, and Venue:

  • The Scotland vs. Tonga match will take place today on Sunday, September 24, 2023.
  • Kick-off is scheduled for 4:45 PM BST.
  • The game will be held at the Stade de Nice, also known as the Allianz Riviera.
  • Live stream: WATCH HERE

Where to Watch Scotland vs. Tonga:

  • In the UK, the match will be broadcast live and free-to-air on ITV1, with coverage starting at 4 PM.
  • Fans can also watch the game for free online through the ITV website and ITVX app.

Team News: Scotland has made several changes to their lineup since their previous match against South Africa. Notable changes include:

  • Wing Kyle Steyn and center Chris Harris coming in for Darcy Graham and Huw Jones, who are on the bench.
  • Rory Sutherland starting at loosehead prop instead of Pierre Schoeman.
  • Scott Cummings partnering Richie Gray at lock with Grant Gilchrist missing out.
  • Ewan Ashman, Sam Skinner, and George Horne are on the Scotland bench.

Tonga remains unchanged from their previous match against Ireland. Some changes include Solomone Kata and Afusipa Taumoepeau swapping positions, and former Australia lock Adam Coleman potentially making his debut from the bench. Patrick Pellegrini is also among the replacements after an injury to back-up fly-half Otumaka Mausia.


Scotland XV:

  • Kinghorn; Steyn, Harris, Tuipulotu, Van der Merwe; Russell, White; Sutherland, Turner, Z Fagerson; R Gray, Cummings; Ritchie (c), Darge, Dempsey


  • Ashman, Schoeman, Nel, Skinner, M Fagerson, Horne, Jones, Graham

Tonga XV:

  • Piutau; Kata, Fekitoa, Ahki, Taumoepeau; Havili, Pulu; Fisi’ihoi, Ngauamo, Tameifuna (c); L Fifita, Lousi; Halaifonua, Talitui, V Fifita


  • Moli, Kolomatangi, Apikotoa, Coleman, Paea, Vailanu, Takulua, Pellegrini

Referee: The referee for the Scotland vs. Tonga match will be England’s Karl Dickson, with assistance from Nika Amashukeli and Craig Evans, along with TMO Ben Whitehouse.

Prediction: Scotland aims to bounce back after their initial loss to South Africa and is favored to win against Tonga. With a strong attack and the desire to secure a bonus point, Scotland is expected to dominate this match. A big win is anticipated as they look to remain competitive in Pool B.