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Hundreds of Scotland fans, many of them from the Scottish Borders and Dumfries and Galloway, are expected to march through Newcastle today to support their team.
Scotland take on South Africa in the Rugby World Cup, and could qualify for the quarter finals if they upset the odds and win today.
Around 400 fans are expected to parade from Scotland House to St James' Park, led by a traditional Scottish piper.
Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw, who grew up in Jedburgh, is hoping fans from the Scottish Borders will turn out in force for the Rugby World Cup game against South Africa.
It takes place at St James' Park in Newcastle, on Saturday:
The Scotland team for Saturday's Rugby World Cup match against South Africa has been announced, and familiar faces from the Scottish Borders are back in the team:
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Scotland can all but clinch a quarter finals slot if they beat the Springboks, but they'll have to stop Heyneke Meyer's rampaging forwards.
The assistant coach insists his team are not gambling with their World Cup hopes, by making changes for their match against South Africa.