16 March 2023
Ben White will earn his 14th cap for Gregor Townsend's Scotland this Saturday (18th) when they take on Italy at BT Murrayfield to conclude their 2023 Guinness Six Nations Championship campaign.
White makes up one of two Premiership players in the starting XV alongside Exeter Chiefs' Jonny Gray, with Blair Kinghorn partnering the scrum-half in the half-back partnership for the first time this Championship.
The 24-year-old Exile has started all five games in this year's tournament, scoring in a Calcutta Cup win over England in Round 1 before a win in the Scottish capital over Warren Gatland's Wales.
Townsend's men sit third in the league standings with 10 points to their name, who will seek to follow up last year's 33-22 away triumph over Italy this weekend.
The match takes place this Saturday (18th) at BT Murrayfield, kicking-off at 12:30pm and will be televised live on BBC One.
15 Ollie Smith (Glasgow Warriors) 2 caps
14 Kyle Steyn (Glasgow Warriors) 9 caps
13 Huw Jones (Glasgow Warriors) 35 caps
12 Sione Tuipulotu (Glasgow Warriors) – Vice-Captain – 15 caps
11 Duhan van der Merwe (Edinburgh Rugby) 27 caps
10 Blair Kinghorn (Edinburgh Rugby) 42 caps
9 Ben White (London Irish) 13 caps
1 Pierre Schoeman (Edinburgh Rugby) 20 caps
2 George Turner (Glasgow Warriors) 34 caps
3 Zander Fagerson (Glasgow Warriors) 57 caps
4 Sam Skinner (Edinburgh Rugby) 24 caps
5 Jonny Gray (Exeter Chiefs) – Vice-Captain – 76 caps
6 Jamie Ritchie (Edinburgh Rugby) – Captain – 40 caps
7 Hamish Watson (Edinburgh Rugby) 56 caps
8 Jack Dempsey (Glasgow Warriors) 8 caps
16 Ewan Ashman (Sale Sharks) 6 caps
17 Rory Sutherland (Ulster Rugby) 22 caps
18 WP Nel (Edinburgh Rugby) 53 caps
19 Scott Cummings (Glasgow Warriors) 24 caps
20 Matt Fagerson (Glasgow Warriors) 32 caps
21 Ali Price (Glasgow Warriors) 60 caps
22 Ben Healy (Munster) uncapped
23 Cameron Redpath (Bath Rugby) 4 caps