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Kinghorn back in Scotland squad as Graham suffers new setback

By Josh Raisey
Darcy Graham of Scotland reacts as he leaves the field after picking up an injury whilst being consoled by George Horne during the Rugby World Cup France 2023 match between Ireland and Scotland at Stade de France on October 07, 2023 in Paris, France. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Toulouse fullback Blair Kinghorn has returned to the Scotland squad ahead of the Calcutta Cup clash with England on Saturday in the Guinness Six Nations.

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The 27-year-old missed the opening two rounds of the Championship with a knee injury, but has been drafted back into Gregor Townsend’s squad alongside fan-favourite Hamish Watson, Magnus Bradbury, Alex Craig and WP Nel.

Javan Sebastian, Ross McCann and Josh Bayliss have left the squad, the with latter being ruled out with a concussion.

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Despite returning to training with Edinburgh last week following a quad injury, Darcy Graham has suffered a new setback, this time a groin injury. Scotland have said that he will be assessed this week.

Scotland squad
Forwards
Ewan Ashman – Edinburgh Rugby (14)
Magnus Bradbury – Bristol Bears (19)
Jamie Bhatti – Glasgow Warriors (34)
Alex Craig – Scarlets (2)
Andy Christie – Saracens (5)
Scott Cummings – Glasgow Warriors (35)
Jack Dempsey – Glasgow Warriors (17)
Rory Darge – Glasgow Warriors (16) CO-CAPTAIN
Grant Gilchrist – Edinburgh Rugby (69)
Matt Fagerson – Glasgow Warriors (42)
Zander Fagerson – Glasgow Warriors (64)
Alec Hepburn – Exeter Chiefs (2)
Johnny Matthews – Glasgow Warriors (1)
Elliot Millar-Mills – Northampton Saints (1)
WP Nel – Edinburgh Rugby (61)
Jamie Ritchie – Edinburgh Rugby (47)
Pierre Schoeman – Edinburgh Rugby (28)
Sam Skinner – Edinburgh Rugby (32)
George Turner – Glasgow Warriors (42)
Hamish Watson – Edinburgh Rugby (59)
Glen Young – Edinburgh Rugby (3)

Backs
Ben Healy – Edinburgh Rugby (4)
George Horne – Glasgow Warriors (27)
Rory Hutchinson – Northampton Saints (8)
Huw Jones – Glasgow Warriors (45)
Blair Kinghorn – Toulouse (50)
Stafford McDowall – Glasgow Warriors (1)
Harry Paterson – Edinburgh Rugby (1)
Ali Price – Edinburgh Rugby (66)
Cameron Redpath – Bath Rugby (11)
Arron Reed – Sale Sharks (uncapped)
Kyle Rowe – Glasgow Warriors (3)
Finn Russell – Bath Rugby (77) CO-CAPTAIN
Kyle Steyn – Glasgow Warriors (16)
Ross Thompson – Glasgow Warriors (3)
Sione Tuipulotu – Glasgow Warriors (24)
Duhan van der Merwe – Edinburgh Rugby (36)
Ben White – Toulon (20)

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