Six Nations: Wednesday hearing for Scotland's Stuart Hogg after Cardiff sending off

Last Updated: 17/03/14 11:10pm

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Stuart Hogg leaves the pitch in Cardiff

Stuart Hogg leaves the pitch in Cardiff

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Scotland's Stuart Hogg will face a disciplinary hearing in London on Wednesday following his red card offence during last weekend's Six Nations match against Wales in Cardiff.

The 21-year-old full-back was sent-off for a late challenge on fly-half Dan Biggar at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.

Referee Jerome Garces initially sin-binned Hogg but changed his decision to a red card after viewing the incident on a giant screen in the stadium.

He is only the third Scotland player to be sent off in a Test match, following Nathan Hines (2002) and Scott Murray (2006).

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