Javan Sebastian and Ross Thompson have joined the Scotland squad in Spain ahead of their Six Nation’s opener against Wales.

Sebastian, a prop for United Rugby Championship club Edinburgh Rugby is eligible for Scotland through his father and last featured for Scotland in last year’s Rugby World Cup. 

This is the 29-year-old’s fourth call-up to the national squad after both the summer and autumn internationals in 2021. 

Thompson is a fly-half and signed his first professional contract with Glasgow Warriors in February 2021. In October of that year, the 24-year-old made his debut for the national team in a 60-14 victory against Tonga.

WP Nel is out of this weekend's encounter with a neck strain. Euan Ferrie and Jamie Dobie are training with the group.

Meanwhile, Scotland international Cameron Redpath has signed a new contract with Bath.

The 24-year-old has signed a three-and-a-half-year deal that will keep him at the club until the summer of 2027.

The centre joined the English side from Sale Sharks in 2019 and has made 55 appearances to date.

His deal was due to expire at the end of the Premiership season. However, Bath have moved to tie the player down.

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Redpath said: “I am buzzing. It’s been a good couple of years since I joined. Obviously at the start of my career here it was a bit tough through injury and a few things that kept me on the sidelines for a while but the last year and a half for me has been really good.

"I am really enjoying my rugby, and enjoying the group that we’ve got here, whether that’s the coaches, the staff, the players and the fans. It’s a great place to be and I am loving it.

"I feel that we’ve got a really good chance of winning something, so I am really happy and really enjoying what we are building here.”