DARCY GRAHAM is set to start against Wales on Saturday as Scotland look to make it two wins from two in this year’s Six Nations campaign.

Gregor Townsend saw his side record an historic victory at Twickenham last weekend, with Scotland running out 11-6 winners to take home the Calcutta Cup.

However, the victory has taken a toll on Townsend’s side, who will be without three starters from last weekend due to injury when they face Wales at BT Murrayfield on Saturday (4.45pm KO).

Jamie Ritchie (flanker), Sean Maitland (winger) and the impressive Cameron Redpath (centre) will all be forced to watch the game from the sidelines.

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The injuries have opened the door for Borderer Darcy Graham to go from the start. He played when the two nations met in October.

The Edinburgh winger, from Hawick, joins fellow Borderers Rory Sutherland and captain Stuart Hogg – both also from Hawick – in the starting XV.

Meanwhile, two uncapped Borderers have been called up to the Scotland squad.

Ex-Earlston High School student George Taylor and Charlie Shiel, born in Melrose, have been added to the squad by Townsend.

Shiel, 23, is the son of former Scotland international Graham Shiel, who turned out for Melrose in the late eighties.

Scotland team to play Wales: Stuart Hogg (Exeter Chiefs), Darcy Graham (Edinburgh), Chris Harris (Gloucester), James Lang (Harlequins), Duhan van der Merwe (Edinburgh), Finn Russell (Racing 92), Ali Price (Glasgow Warriors), Rory Sutherland (Edinburgh), George Turner (Glasgow Warriors), Zander Fagerson (Glasgow Warriors), Scott Cummings (Glasgow Warriors), Jonny Gray (Exeter Chiefs), Blade Thomson (Scarlets), Hamish Watson (Edinburgh), Matt Fagerson (Glasgow Warriors)

Substitutes: David Cherry (Edinburgh), Oli Kebble (Glasgow Warriors), WP Nel (Edinburgh), Richie Gray (Glasgow Warriors), Gary Graham (Newcastle Falcons), Scott Steele (Harlequins), Jaco van der Walt (Edinburgh), Huw Jones (Glasgow Warriors)