After defeats by England and Wales, Scotland will be seeking their first win this season in the Six Nations Under-20 championship at Netherdale tonight when they face a France side fresh from their win over Italy.
The Scots can take much from their second-half performance against Wales and notably the two tries scored in the last quarter.
"We were encouraged by the shape of our game, both in attack and defence," said the coach Peter Wright. "What we've struggled with against both England and Wales is the physicality of the opposition. The French are big and powerful".
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