Wales to join Scotland in keeping mask laws after lockdown ends

Now Wales says it will keep mask laws: Mark Drakeford confirms he will copy Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon and retain face covering rules when he lifts almost all other lockdown restrictions next month – leaving Boris isolated in England Drakeford said masks would stay for public transport and most indoor settings Nicola Sturgeon confirmed masks would stay law in Scotland yesterday […]

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England and Scotland legends Glenn Hoddle and Gordon Strachan make Euro 2020 clash predictions and pick out key players

ENGLAND and Scotland legends Glenn Hoddle and Gordon Strachan have had their say ahead of Friday night's epic Euro 2020 showdown. The rival nations go head-to-head in a real Battle of Britain in the second Group D clash – with both teams in very different positions after one game apiece. England won their tournament opener – for the first time […]

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Scotland star John McGinn pokes fun at Cristiano Ronaldo with cheeky Coca-Cola joke at pre-England Euro 2020 presser

EURO 2020's Coca-Cola subplot continues after John McGinn joked about the absence of the fizzy drink from his press conference. The Scotland star was taking his seat to discuss Friday's game with England when he noticed that he had only been provided with water. Smiling, the midfielder asked 'Nae Coke?' before opening up the water – presumably earning Cristiano Ronaldo's […]

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Scotland stars WON’T take a knee at Euro 2020 and will stand before kneeling England players after squad decision

SCOTLAND stars WON'T be taking a knee prior to their Euro 2020 matches. The Scottish FA have confirmed that they will continue to promote an anti-racist message by standing before matches. WIN £50,000! Play Dream Team Euros – our FREE fantasy football game   Steve Clarke's men took a similar approach prior to the March World Cup qualifiers against Austria and Israel. Their first match […]

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Scotland are a dangerous loose cannon to reach Euro 2020 knockout stages after cruising to warm-up win over Luxembourg

THE Tartan Army might feel their Lux in after Scotland completed their Euro preparations without breaking sweat against 10-man Luxembourg. But Steve Clarke would have cursed dozy home defender Vahid Selimovic, who was red-carded before half-time for hauling down QPR striker Lyndon Dykes. As a result Clarke learned little from his final 'lukewarm-up' match against a depleted side already ranked […]

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Scotland 24 Wales 25: Scots throw away half-time lead after Fagerson red card as Welsh go top of Six Nations table

WALES played their get-out-of-jail card again as they beat 14-man opposition for the second week running. Louis Rees-Zammit’s brace kept them on course for a Six Nations Grand Slam. Wayne Pivac’s side had their backs to the wall for most of the 80 minutes at a snowy Murrayfield, but the game turned on its head when Scotland prop Zander Fagerson […]

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Scotland and Wales players don't take knee before Six Nations clash despite uproar after England game

SCOTLAND and Wales players did NOT take the knee before today's Six Nations clash at Murrayfield. Instead they stood for a 'moment of reflection' – following the same protocol used in the Autumn Tests and the other two Six Nations games last week for the Rugby Against Racism campaign. Gregor Townsend's side were criticised heavily last weekend when just four […]

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