Saturday will see a new-look Scotland squad kick off the Skyscanner Americas tour when they face Canada in Ottawa. 

Gregor Townsend has selected 10 uncapped players in the matchday 23, with five - Gregor Brown and Max Williamson from Glasgow Warriors, Sale Sharks duo Gus Warr and Arron Reed and Edinburgh's Matt Currie - set to start the match. 

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On this week's podcast, we discuss Townsend's selection and what Scotland might gain from the clash against the Canadians, ranked 21st in the world. 

Elsewhere, this week marked what would have been the birthday of the late, great Doddie Weir. To mark the occasion, the My Name'5 Doddie Foundation urged people to dig out their tartan. 


The foundation also announced it was investing £500,000 in clinical trials as it aims to find a cure for Motor Neurone Disease (MND). 

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Also on this week's podcast, we look back at an incredible Top 14 final as Blair Kinghorn helped Toulouse to a huge win over Bordeaux Begles to complete the double in his first season with the club. 

Sticking with France, Jonny Gray's move to the beaten Top 14 finalists was finally confirmed. 

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And we look back on a thumping 123-15 win for the Scotland under-20s against Samoa in the opening match of the World Rugby U20 Trophy at Hive Stadium. 

Scotland are back in action on Sunday as they face Hong Kong China in the second round of matches.