Kellock calls for focus
Scotland lock Alastair Kellock has urged his side to build on their shock victory over Australia last week when they face Fiji.
The Scots recorded their first win over the Wallabies Down Under since 1982, thanks to a 9-6 victory in torrential wet conditions in New South Wales last Tuesday. Having produced a gutsy display against Australia, following a seven-game losing streak, Scotland are now preparing to take on Fiji on Saturday before a clash against Samoa. Kellock was delighted to have helped in the win over the Aussies in Newcastle but has called on the squad not to take a step backwards against the physical Fijians. He said: "It can't be a one-off. "We have got to use the momentum from the win, we have said that already. It is Test rugby and each match is going to be different, especially given the contrast in conditions that we are experiencing. "It is an absolute cliche but it is true: winning is a habit and we kind of got out of it in the last few months."