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Scots up four Fiji.

SCOTLAND coach Steve McCormack hands Rugby League World Cup debuts to four players as the Bravehearts fight elimination from the competition.

The Scots must beat Fiji by 28 points today but start the game in Gosford more in hope than expectation.

With Lee Paterson returned to the UK because of a knee injury and Duncan MacGillivray sidelined by a stomach bug, McCormack hands places to Wade Liddell, Gareth Morton, Neil Lowe and Ben Fisher.

Centres Dean Colton and Gavin Cowan are dropped while prop Oliver Wilkes, centre Mick Nanyn and second-rower Chris Armit are promoted from the bench.

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Nov 5, 2008
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