Next up for Scotland in the viagogo Autumn Tests are Australia, currently ranked number four in the world.
Can Scotland make it three-in-a-row against Australia? They beat the Wallabies at Murrayfield in the 2009 Autumn Test and again in Australia last summer.
Don’t miss the chance to see history made at Murrayfield this November.
Once again, there’s a ticket option to suit all tastes, whether you want to come along to just one game or support Scotland at both remaining Tests. Match tickets start at £20 for adult and £10 for children and students.
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We want to know if you are #backingblue this November. Download your very own sign, like our Scotland boys have done, and tweet it @scotlandteam.
We'll retweet the best and two lucky winners will be selected to win an exclusive signed poster from the campaign shoot itself, as seen in the images above.
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Saturday 23 November, 6:00pm
Scotland are going for three wins in a row against the Wallabies, having won in Australia last summer (Scotland’s first win on Australian soil since 1982) and the last time the two teams met at Murrayfield, in November 2009.
No-one who was at Murrayfield that evening will ever forget it when, after a brilliant defensive effort, kept the Scots in front until the 80th minute when Australia finally scored, only for Matt Giteau to push the conversion wide.
Whatever happens this summer in the test series against the British & Irish Lions, the Wallabies will be coming to Edinburgh determined to avenge their last two defeats against the Scots. But they will find Scotland in an equally determined mood to make yet more history and win three-in-a-row. Tickets from £20 (adults), £10 for U18s and students.
Although we believe every seat in the stadium offers a great view, Scottish Rugby acknowledges the various preferences and needs of all its supporters, and in order to keep pace with all our cutomers’ needs we have reconfigured the stadium in such a way that we believe better reflects the various admission charges.
For two of the games (South Africa and Australia) the stadium will have four designated areas: bronze, silver, gold, platinum. For the Japan game, there will only be two designated areas.
As Scottish Rugby’s Secondary Ticketing Partner, viagogo also provides supporters with a secure and guaranteed online platform on which to safely buy and sell tickets for Scotland’s home games