Scotland v England Knights preview: Watch full match online for free

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Scotland will face England Knights in their only World Cup warm-up in Edinburgh on Saturday, and it will be live streamed for free on YouTube.

The international clash in Myreside will be screened live on The Sportsman YouTube channel from 1:15pm, with a 1:30pm kick-off.

Scotland get their World Cup campaign underway against Italy in Newcastle on Sunday, October 16.

England’s senior side play Fiji in a warm-up game in Salford on Friday night. Shaun Wane’s side begin their World Cup in Newcastle against Samoa on Saturday, October 15.

Three players come in for the Knights

England Knights have made three changes to the side that defeated France B in Bordeaux last week.

Huddersfield prop Owen Trout will be rested for the game. Huddersfield centre Jake Wardle has joined the senior squad to face Fiji on Friday.

With those two out, Jack Broadbent (Featherstone), George Delaney (St Helens) and Harvie Hill (Wigan) come in for a game which will see all 18 players enjoy a run out.

The game on Saturday, October 8 kicks-off at 1:30pm. To watch the game live on YouTube, click here.

Scotland v England Knights squad news

Scotland: Euan Aitken, Luke Bain, James Bell, Ryan Brierley, Kieran Buchanan, Logan Bayliss-Brow, Lewis Clarke, Davey Dixon, Charlie Emslie, Dale Ferguson, Calum Gahan, Guy Graham, Bailey Hayward, Ben Hellewell, Liam Hood, Kane Linnett, Bayley Liu, Sam Luckley, Matty Russell, Kyle Schneider, Jack Teanby, Shane Toal, Alex Walker, Lachlan Walmsley.

England: Jack Broadbent, Deon Cross, George Delaney, Tyler Dupree, Matty English, Ethan Havard, Harvie Hill, Jordan Lane, Mikey Lewis, Jez Litten, Ellis Longstaff, Matty Nicholson, Will Pryce, Olly Russell, Josh Thewlis, Liam Tindall, Danny Walker, Matty Whitley.

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