SCOTLAND are strong favourites as they take on Italy in their opening Six Nations match.
Gregor Townsend’s side know that if they want to challenge for a first title they need to get off to a five-point start against the tournament whipping boys.
PA:Press Association Scotland will be expecting victory as they host Italy in the Six Nations
Meanwhile Italy’s focus will be on picking up their first Six Nations victory since 2015, when they won 22-19 against the Scots at Murrayfield.How do I watch Scotland vs Italy for free?
All Six Nations matches will be on terrestrial TV, which means viewers can watch Scotland vs Italy without paying a penny, provided they have a TV licence.
The BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub are also free for those who want to live stream Six Nations games online.
If you don’t have a TV licence you can click here to sign up for one.
TV licences cost £150.50 for colour and £50.50 for black and white.
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What TV channel is Scotland vs Italy on and can I live stream it?
Scotland vs Italy will be live on BBC One on Saturday, February 2.
Coverage will commence at 1.45pm ahead of a 2.15pm kick-off.
You can also live stream the match on the BBC iPlayer.
To find out which matches are on BBC and ITV, click here for our full Six Nations 2019 TV guide.