Scotland's summer tour matches will be broadcast on TNT Sports, Scottish Rugby has confirmed. 

Scotland kick off their four-match summer schedule against Canada in Ottawa next Saturday (July 6) before facing the USA in Washington DC six days later. 

The second half of the tour will see Gregor Townsend's squad return to Santiago, where a Scotland 'A' side defeated Chile 45-5 two years ago. The two teams will meet, but this time in a fully capped international. 

The tour will conclude in Montevideo as Scotland face Uruguay. 

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As well as all four matches will be shown live on TNT Sports, the Chile and Uruguay games will also be shown live free-to-air on the BBC Scotland channel and BBC iPlayer.

The TNT Sports commentary team will include Jamie Lyall, Paul Mitchell, Chris Paterson and Lee Jones.

Andrew Petrie and Fraser Brown will be commentating on the Chile and Uruguay games on the BBC Scotland channel, while BBC Scotland will bring their coverage of the two games in South America from two rugby clubs in Scotland, hosted by Andy Burke, Tom English and Duncan Weir.

Jeremy Bone, Scottish Rugby’s head of broadcast, said: “We’re really pleased that all four of our Skyscanner Americas Tour matches will be available live in the UK and Ireland on TNT Sports, so our fans can watch our men’s team play Canada, USA, Chile and Uruguay next month.

“The agreement we’ve reached with TNT Sports means our matches in South America will also be available free-to-air on the BBC Scotland channel.”