Scotland’s Autumn tests fixtures will be shown live on TNT Sports with the broadcaster confirming they would show every game.

Gregor Townsend’s side will face Fiji, South Africa, Portugal and Australia later this year and fans will be able to watch the games on TNT if they aren’t in attendance at Scottish Gas Murrayfield.

Every Autumn Nations Series will be shown on the channel and on Discovery+ and begins with England’s clash against New Zealand.

Scotland face Fiji in their first match on Saturday November 2 with a 5.40pm start time, before taking on world champions South Africa eight days later.

They then face Portugal on Saturday, November 16 with a 3.10pm kick-off and round off their Autumn fixtures by taking on Australia at 1.40pm on Sunday, November 24.

Tom Harrison, CEO of Six Nations Rugby, said: “This year's Autumn Nations Series stands to be an unbelievable experience on and off the pitch, by bringing together fans from all over the world, to enjoy the best that international rugby has to offer.

“It is a significant moment to welcome TNT Sports into our broadcast family of international rugby for the first time given our commitment to deliver the best possible experience for fans.”

The four fixtures will round off Scotland’s year having had a disappointing Six Nations campaign where they finished fourth despite victories over England and Wales.

They also have a summer tour of the Americas as they face off against Canada, USA, Chile and Uruguay in four matches that are likely to include a lot of younger players.