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Six Nations will decide on Wednesday if France v Scotland clash will go ahead


It is a waiting game for Scotland till Wednesday to see if they will be able to play in Paris against France this Sunday.

France have confirm another five players have tested positive for the coronavirus which has put the Six Nations clash in doubt.

Head Coach Galthie and star scrum halve Antoine Dupont are already among those who are self-isolating and now captain Charles Ollivon has join them with Cyril Baille, Peato Mauvaka, Romain Taofifenua and Brice Dulin.

Six Nations chiefs said that they will meet on Wednesday night to decide if the clash will go ahead.

All the players whom tested negative are training with restricted movement and will be tested every 24 hours.

According to a statement from the Six Nations, if the decision is made that the test can not go ahead then the the test match will be rescheduled for the earliest possible date.

Postponement of the test match may mean that Scotland will maybe not be available due to player-release agreement that is in place with clubs.

The French has called up Gaetan Balot, Thierry Paiva, Cyril Cazeaux, Baptiste Pesenti and Thomas Ramos to a new-look 31-man France squad.

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