Lee Jones to make Scotland debut in Calcutta Cup match
Lee Jones is set to make his Scotland debut at Murrayfield this weekend in his country's biggest annual game - the Calcutta Cup match against England.
Edinburgh winger Jones has been picked by coach Andy Robinson alongside two other players who have yet to feature in the Six Nations - back-row forwards David Denton and Ross Rennie - who also play for Edinburgh.
Fans enjoying hospitality packages for the game - or the upcoming match against France - may be familiar with Edinburgh's surroundings themselves, but the atmosphere will, of course, be less welcoming to England as Scotland seek to win their opening match in the tournament for the first time in six years.
However, the visitors may be motivated by a t-shirt gaffe made by the Scottish Rugby Union's online retail partners Greaves Sports, who displayed garments bearing the legend: "Calcutta Cup. Scotland. Winners" for sale on their site.
The company claimed it was just an administrative error and the shirts were actually produced after the Scots won the fixture in 2008.
By Liz Johnstone