MUSSELBURGH-born Huw Jones retains his place in the Scotland team to play France in the Six Nations on Sunday, but will revert back to his more familiar outside centre berth.

Pete Horne, try scorer against Wales, replaces Chris Harris in the midfield, allowing Jones (pictured below by Paul Harding/PA Wire), winning his 13th cap, to shift back to the position where he made his first 10 Scotland starts.

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Ryan Wilson and Grant Gilchrist are elevated from bench roles to replace Cornell Du Preez and Ben Toolis in the pack, while Greig Laidlaw comes in for Ali Price and Sean Maitland is recalled for the injured Byron McGuigan on the wing. 

Jon Welsh, Toolis, Price and Harris all drop to th bench, where they are joined by David Denton and Edinburgh full-back Blair Kinghorn, who could make his international debut if he gets on. 

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Gregor Townsend, Scotland head coach, said: "We’ve seen a response from the players in training this week and that needs to continue into and through the 80-plus minutes of the match because France will pose a massive and immensely-physical challenge"

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Townsend (pictured above by Scottish Rugby/SNS Group) has urged his side to "out-work" the French and "be more accurate in a number of aspects of our play."

Both sides go into Sunday's match at BT Murrayfield - live on BBC One, kick-off 3pm - looking for their first wins of the Championship. 

Scotland were thumped 34-7 by Wales in Cardiff in round one, while France were beaten 15-13 by Ireland in Paris, courtesy of an injury-time Jonny Sexton drop-goal.