At home, the fifteen of Chardon directly set the tone in this meeting thanks in particular to a first try scored by George Turner in the seventh minute of play. The Fijians, more winded in this first half, immediately responded by registering two on-the-spot testing. But Scotland managed to come back to the score thanks to a try scored by Adam Hastings just before half-time (14-12).
On returning from the locker room, Scotland regained the lead by largely dominating the visitors, diminished after their effort made in the first half. Thanks to tries from Duhan van der Merwe and Ben White, but also transformations from Blair Kinghorn, the locals flew to their first victory in this autumn tour.
Scotland host New Zealand at Murrayfield next Sunday, while Fiji play Ireland in Dublin on Saturday.