Canada vs Scotland Rugby: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time for Test Match

Canada faces Scotland in a rugby match on June 14.

The teams are set to play at BMO Field in Toronto.

The match is slated to start at 8 p.m. EDT (1 a.m. BST on June 15).

The match will be broadcast on BT Sport 2 in the United Kingdom and TSN in Canada.

Live streaming will be available via both broadcasters.

Canada is coming off a 34-25 loss last Saturday to Japan. It will face the United States next Saturday in Sacramento, California.

Scotland is coming off a 24-6 victory over the United States, but won only one game in the 2014 Six Nations.

After that U.S. victory, they are now eighth place per the International Rugby Board. 

Canada is 16th.

This match will be the second Test under new head coach Vern Cotter of New Zealand.

“Last week was his first time with the guys, so he wasn’t giving too much, just a bit of direction,” Richie Gray told BBC.

“This week, it has been more hands-on, especially with the forwards, so we are being moulded in the way he wants to train and play.”

Cotter appreciated the win last weekend but is looking for more.

“He was pleased with some areas of the game at the weekend, as a team we were happy with the scrum and the defence; being able to shut out the opposition – no tries,” Gray said.

“But we still have to make improvements at line-out time and bring more physicality to our game. That’s been a big focus this week.”

Meanwhile, the Canadian side has made some adjustments.

Coach Kieran Crowley said that Aaron Carpenter will join the front row at hooker while Jebb Sinclair will start at blindside flanker.

“It feels great to be back. I’m thankful to our physiotherapy team for working hard with me over the last week to help me get fit,” said Sinclair following the roster announcement, reported TSN.

Meanwhile, Phil Mack will also get the nod.

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