The Scotland rugby team is facing a scrum half dilemma according to the assistant coach Mike Blair. The head coach Gregor Townsend has a major decision to make ahead of their game against Wales on February 3. Townsend has to choose a fitting scrum half to start the crucial game in their opening Six Nations fixture.
Several Scottish fans were reported to have wished the British & Irish team to lose against the All Blacks in the 2017 Lions Tour. The fans are angry at their minority representation in the tour. There were alleged calls for Greig Laidlaw to start the game while some cheered the All Blacks on.
A section of the Scottish rugby side has been keeping up this momentum for a while now. Warren Gatland is lucky that the situation did not go beyond the current realities. There was public outcry up north when the Kiwi named just two Scots in the team for the Lions tour. The Welsh side were expected to have more representation but the recent results made the Scottish fans demand more.