France host Scotland at the Stade de France in Paris this afternoon, as the third round of Six Nation 2019 fixtures gets under way.
France have gone from being regular title contenders with an emphasis on the unexpected to being also-rans in the last few years, and they finished fourth in the standings in 2018, when they also lost to Scotland at Murrayfield.
That victory for the Scots was their second home win in a row over Les Bleus, but their losing streak in Paris goes all the way back to 1999.
Gabby Logan will be live on BBC One and BBC One HD from 1.45pm, where she’ll be joined in the studio by Andy Nicol, Thomas Castaignede and John Barclay.
Match commentary comes from Andrew Cotter and Chris Paterson.
The BBC will also air the Six Nations clash between Wales and England from 4.15pm today.
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