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Scotland bounced back from a heavy defeat last Saturday against France to beat the same opponents 17-14 in their Rugby World Cup warm-up Test

Chris Harris’s converted second-half try gave Scotland their first win in six Tests as they beat France 17-14 in a Rugby World Cup warm-up Test at Murrayfield on Saturday.

Harris’s effort and one from Sean Maitland at the end of the first-half — also converted by Greig Laidlaw — helped the hosts win from behind and bounce back from the humiliating 32-3 thrashing by Les Bleus last weekend.

Pleasing for head coach Gregor Townsend — who made 14 changes to the starting XV from the first match — was they held the French scoreless in the second-half. Worryingly he lost three players to injuries in Tommy Seymour, Sam Skinner and Blade Thomson on his debut.

France, like last weekend, scored early on with Clermont winger Damian Penaud dotting down after 110 seconds, repeating clu

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