Scotland will only think they’ve had a successful Six Nations if they beat Italy in Rome.
Despite a fantastic win against England in the Calcutta Cup they still lost to Ireland and Wales and manager Gregor Townsend has rung the changes.
And well he might. Scotland have not won an away match in the Six Nations for two years – since they last faced Italy at the Stadio Olimpico.
Whipping boys Italy make just one change.
Here’s all you need to know about the match…
What time is Italy vs Scotland?
The Italians take on Scotland at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome at 12.30pm on Saturday, March 15.
What TV channel is it on?
You can watch the match live on ITV with the programme starting at 12pm.
Or you can follow all the action on Mirror Online.
What is the team news?
Scotland make five changes after their defeat by Ireland, with winger Tommy Seymour and centre Nick Grigg included.
Italy : Minozzi, Benvenuti, Bisegni, Castello, Bellini, Allan, Violi; Lovotti, Ghiraldini, Ferrari, Zanni, Budd, Negri, Polledri, Parisse (capt).
Replacements: Fabiani, Quaglio, Pasquali, Steyn, Licata, Palazzani, Canna, Hayward.
Scotland: Hogg, Seymour, Jones, Grigg, Maitland, Russell, Laidlaw, Reid, Brown, Nel, Swinson, J Gray, Barclay (capt), Watson, Wilson.
Replacements : McInally, Bhatti, Fagerson, Gray, Denton, Price, Horne, Kinghorn.
What are the odds?
There’s not much value on Scotland, they’re 1-12 with Ladbrokes , who have Italy as 15-2.
You can get 40-1 for the draw.