Scarlets will play Exeter Chiefs in the England-Welsh derby at Sandy Park in south-west England in February.
The match will take place on the same day that Wales take on England in the 2024 Six Nations, Saturday, February 10. The match will kick-off at 2.30pm and bars around the stadium will remain open for the Twickenham Six Nations clash at 4.45pm.
Scarlets described the game as a valuable opportunity for young players to get game time. As part of a Black Friday deal for November 24 only, tickets cost £3.50 for under-16s and £8 for adults.
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Chiefs have branded the Scarlets among the biggest names in Welsh rugby, and head coach Rob Baxter is delighted to have the fixtures in place: “I’m delighted we’ve been able to secure match against Llanelli Scarlets, one of the best famous names in Welsh rugby.
“Their visit to Sandy Park is something to really look forward to, especially as England take on Wales in the Guinness Six Nations will be following the match and we can all look forward to having a beer together watching the game match – hopefully with some Scarlets supporters who will make the journey down.
“It would be great to make this a well-supported day between England and Wales rugby and I know the club are looking at some great ticket offers to help keep our supporters going The closer to the match the better.”
“The timing of the match also means that both teams are likely to compete with their best available teams as we progress to the Premiership Rugby Cup semi-finals and the Scarlets move to play at the URC – here it is why we’re both looking for a match and so it should make for a really good game.”
The last time the two sides met was in 2017, when the English club won 40-0.