LIZ Musgrove has been named on the bench as Scotland look to win a first Six Nations contest in five years tomorrow (Saturday).

The Scots begin the annual competition with a tough tie against England, who have won the Six Nations for the last four years.

The two countries meet at Kingston Park Stadium, on the outskirts of Newcastle, with England having not lost a game in the tournament since 2018.

Bryan Easson named his squad for the match, which kicks off at 4.45pm, yesterday (Thursday), with Musgrove among the replacements.

Musgrove, who grew up near North Berwick, is hoping to earn her 12th cap.

The 26-year-old, who plays her club rugby for Wasps, made her international debut in 2018 against Wales in the Six Nations.

Scotland’s first home contest is played at the DAM Health Stadium, next to BT Murrayfield Stadium, next Saturday (April 1) when Wales visit.