ScotRail has issued travel advice ahead of Scotland's next Six Nations match.

The Scottish side will face England at Murrayfield on Saturday, February 24 at 4.45pm.

In an effort to help fans travelling to the stadium ScotRail will adding more seats to routes in and out of Edinburgh this weekend, including on the Borders Railway.

Rugby fans and others visiting the city on game day are asked to plan ahead and allow for extra travel time, particularly for their journeys home.

Passengers are also advised to travel directly to Edinburgh Waverley as Haymarket station will have limited access due to ongoing redevelopment works being undertaken at an adjacent building which has limited station capacity.

These works mean ScotRail will not be able to provide a post-match queuing system and the station will not be accessible via the ramp at the rear of the station.

Customers who need to travel from Haymarket will need to use the main entrance to the station.

 Passengers should expect longer waiting times for their home journeys, with some customers being potentially redirected to Waverley due to limited space at Haymarket.
Fans travelling between the city centre and Murrayfield can use Edinburgh's tram and bus services.

Trams will run services from the entrance of the stadium to St Andrew Square tram stop.

Lothian Bus services which stop at Murrayfield and travel around the city include: 1, 3, 12, 22, 25, 26, 30, 31 or 33.