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The final round of the 2019 Women's Six Nations is upon us as the Red Roses look for a win against Scotland at Twickenham Stadium to secure the Grand Slam.
Ahead of the final game of the competition, here is your guide to how you can watch the match, a preview of the game this weekend and all the things you need to know ahead of England's games.
When? Saturday 16 March
Where? Twickenham Stadium
Kick-off? 19:30 GMT
You can watch the Red Roses for free this Saturday by simply turning up to Twickenham with no ticket required. Please head to either Gate A or F where bag searches will be in place so please only bring small bags.
If you are attending the men's match you can stay for another dose of international rugby with the Red Roses. Those who are seated in the middle and upper tiers for the men's game will be asked to be relocate to the lower west and east stands.
For more information about your visit to the Home of England Rugby read our online guide here.
How to follow
You can watch the Red Roses game against Scotland on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Mix or Sky Sports Action, with coverage available on BBC Radio 5 Live.
News features, team news and the match report will be on EnglandRugby.com in the week, while you can also follow the story on England Rugby Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, as well as coverage on Premier 15s Twitter and Instagram.
As well as following the specific game hashtags on social media, you can keep up to date with conversations with #RedRoses, #WearTheRose and #Womens6Nations.
Fixtures and results
Ireland 7-51 England - Donnybrook, Dublin
England 41-26 France - Castle Park, Doncaster
Wales 12-51 England - Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff
England 55-0 Italy - Sandy Park, Exeter
England v Scotland - Twickenham Stadium, London - Saturday 16 March, KO 7.30pm - live Sky Sports
Head coach Simon Middleton has made five changes to the XV as they look to try and complete the Grand Slam at Twickenham. Saracens Women trio Vicky Fleetwood, Poppy Cleall and Hannah Botterman come into the pack, along with Wasps FC Ladies hooker Amy Cokayne.
The only change to the backline is Natasha Hunt who comes in for Leanne Riley at scrum half. The Red Roses have scored over 50 points in three of their four games so far this tournament and beat Scotland 43-8 in their meeting last year.
Your #RedRoses squad to face @Scotlandteam on Saturday at Twickenham— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) March 14, 2019
Don't forget, entry to the match will be free of charge after the men's game
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