Watch Scotland vs Wales Live Streaming Six Nations Rugby 2016 Free 6 Nations Stream Online Week 02 Saturday 13 February 2016.It’s Will be kick of at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, Time 16:50 (GMT) broadcast on BBC, RTE,S4C.
Match: Scotland vs Wales
Date: February 13 , 2016
Stadium: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales
Competition: Six nations Rugby
Kickoff time: 16:50 (GMT)
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Scotland and Wales have played each other at rugby union since 1883. A total of 120 matches have been played, with Wales winning 69 matches, Scotland winning 48 matches and three matches drawn.
Scotland and Wales play each other at least once a year, as both have been in the Six Nations Championship, and its predecessor competitions.
Since overseeing his first Championship game back in 1998 – when professionalism and George North were still in their infancy and Italy remained on the outside looking in – Gatland has never received the credit he deserves.
Certainly not in Ireland, where he was daftly sacked a month after beating England and finishing second in the Six Nations and, almost as absurdly, not in England where he is roundly decried by punters and fans alike, despite leading the British and Irish Lions to their only series win this century.
The criticism from England is prone to full-scale abuse – as when he filled his Lions winners with Welshmen – or withering barbs. A perfect example of the latter arrived a few weeks ago from the analyst Stuart Barnes, who, while pleading with Eddie Jones to show ambition with England, basically accused of Gatland of setting up Wales “to win the Six Nations and not a lot else”.
Fair enough, under Gatland Wales have only reached a semi-final and quarter-final of the World Cup. And while it is true that his Dragons have huffed and puffed against the southern-hemisphere giants with little success they have left some serious scorch marks.
But then, even in Wales, where he should be lauded, the hero worship has often fallen short. Gatland is widely loved by the public, but one does not have to scratch the surface of social media to discover many doubters.
They insist he is vastly overrated, overpaid and that with the talent at his disposal, his achievements are the very least Wales should have expected. They also point to his record against the Big Three, while smearing what they term his limited “Warrenball” game plan. For them, the Six Nations is simply not enough.
Yet, hang on, the Six Nations is hardly a shoo-in. Before the 2015 World Cup, the previous four World Cup finals had enjoyed Six/Five Nations representation. It remains fantastically competitive and Gatland’s record should not be dismissed as irrelevant in the grand scheme of things; because in the northern hemisphere the Six Nations is the grand scheme of things.
And in winning two Grand Slams, two Triple Crowns and having a hand in the 2013 Championship win (he was on Lions duty and had officially passed the duties to Rob Howley) Gatland has proven himself to be one of the best coaches in the tournament’s history.
Of his 52 games, his teams have won 33 and lost 19, which is remarkable when it is factored in that, as he found his feet with the shambles that was Ireland at the turn of the millennium, he lost seven of his first eight games.
Since then it has been better than two wins in every three games and this accounts for his continued employment in a Welsh goldfish bowl where the piranhas notoriously snap hard.