Scotland's players have shown a "pretty positive" reaction after he called them out following defeats in their opening two Women's Six Nations matches, says head coach Shade Munro.
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France’s hopes of retaining their Women’s Six Nations title suffered a serious blow during their last outing as they suffered a 41-26 defeat against tournament favourites England.
Despite crossing the whitewash four times to secure a bonus point at Castle Park, the defending champions conceded seven tries against the Red Roses, with Jess Breach and Poppy Cleall touching down twice apiece.
Although the result ended France’s chances of repeating last year’s Grand Slam, the defending champions will be looking to keep up pressure on the current leaders with a win on home soil against Scotland.
Scotland are currently bottom of the Six Nations standings and travel to France looking to pick up their first points of the 2019 campaign.
Shade Munro’s side followed up their opening-day defeat to Italy with a 5-22 loss to Ireland at Scotstoun, with the visitors running-in four scores to pick up a bonus point.
You can catch-up with highlights from all of the matches from Round Two here.
You will be able to watch the Women’s Six Nations match between France and Scotland live on BBC Alba and Connected TVs. You can also catch the action on BBC iPlayer, or at the top of this page, with coverage starting at 19:50 GMT.
You can also watch highlights of all of the weekend’s action from the women’s competition on BBC Two from 23:55 GMT on Sunday, 24 February.
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