#BetYourWay builder: 5 rugby tips for Ireland v Scotland
These tips can help build your #BetYourWay as Ireland open their Six Nations campaign against Scotland in Dublin on Saturday afternoon.
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Here are five bets Guy Giles thinks you should consider for Ireland v Scotland, which kicks off at 16:45 on Saturday.
This bet has landed in four of the last six matches between these sides, including in two of the last three meetings in Dublin.
Ireland are getting used to life without Joe Schmidt, so a resounding win in their first game under Andy Farrell is unlikely.
Winning margin: Ireland 1-12
Ireland should still secure a home victory despite their backroom changes, with their squad remaining much the same since the World Cup.
They have lost to Scotland just once in Dublin since the start of the Six Nations, a 20-23 loss back in 2010.
Scotland to score first
Scotland have scored first in their last three Six Nations matches against Ireland.
All three of those opening scores came within the first 15 minutes.
Anytime tryscorer: Jacob Stockdale
Stockdale had a disappointing World Cup, failing to score in four appearances in Japan.
The winger has an incredible record in the Six Nations, though, scoring nine tries in 10 outings.
Anytime tryscorer: Stuart Hogg
Hogg has replaced Stuart McInally as Scotland captain and will lead his nation for the first time on Saturday.
The full-back has a solid record against Ireland in the Six Nations, scoring three tries in eight appearances.
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