Scores and major incidents: (all times GMT)
Full-time: Scotland coach Frank Hadden begins his reign in permanent charge with a defeat as the home side let slip a 19-16 advantage with 20 minutes left.
77 mins: Scotland build some pressure and throw the ball around like a game of basketball. But with medics on the pitch for Argentine injuries, the ball eventually goes to ground to the dismay of the crowd.
73 mins: Argentina's Federico Todeschini misses a penalty kick from wide on the left.
70 mins: PENALTY TRY Scotland 19-23 Argentina
Argentina get a series of scrums on Scotland's line as the home side continue to give away penalties. Eventually the referee awards Argentina a penalty try. Federico Todeschini adds the conversion.
67 mins: Argentina hammer away at Scotland's line but the home side put up a desperate last line of defence to keep them out.
64 mins: Scotland number eight Simon Taylor is sin-binned for deliberate slowing down of ball with his hands in the ruck and Argentina opt to kick for touch.
62 mins: Lions scrum-half Chris Cusiter comes on for Mike Blair.
59 mins: PENALTY Scotland 19-16 Argentina
Scotland infringe again and Federico Todeschini helps himself to the three points.
55 mins: PENALTY Scotland 19-13 Argentina
Argentine hooker Mario Ledesma is penalised for an off-the-ball incident and Chris Paterson slots the three points.
52 mins: TRY Scotland 16-13 Argentina
Argentina wing Francisco Leonelli scores in the left corner after a straightforward two-on-one overlap. Federico Todeschini converts.
50 mins: PENALTY Scotland 16-6 Argentina
Chris Paterson extends Scotland's lead to 10 points with a penalty following some dazzling running by Sean Lamont.
48 mins: Argentina's Federico Todeschini misses a penalty attempt from 49m out.
44 mins: Scotland's Lions loose-forward Simon Taylor makes a rampaging run through the middle of Argentina's defence but no avail.
41 mins: Scotland kick off the second half.
40 mins: The half fizzles out with Scotland playing some of the better rugby, always looking to run the ball wide at every opportunity.
30 mins: PENALTY Scotland 13-6 Argentina
Argentina's Federico Todeschini kicks a second penalty.
28 mins: Argentina's Federico Todeschini misses a penalty attempt.
25 mins: PENALTY Scotland 13-3 Argentina
Chris Paterson slots a penalty as Scotland edge ahead.
22 mins: TRY Scotland 10-3 Argentina
Dan Parks collects his own chip over the top to score to the left of Argentina's posts. Chris Paterson converts.
20 mins: Players from both sides make romping breaks behind the opposition as the game opens up from a series of turnovers.
15 mins: DROP-GOAL Scotland 3-3 Argentina
Scotland's Dan Parks slots a drop-goal to open the home side's account.
13 mins: Scotland earn a series of penalties and opt to tap and go quickly, building a head of steam. But a hand injury to Argentina's Manuel Contepomi brings action to a halt and he is eventually replaced by Lucas Borges.
10 mins: Scotland begin to get their hands on some ball but all too often passes go to ground.
5 mins: PENALTY Scotland 0-3 Argentina
Frederico Todeschini slots the first three points of the game.
3 mins: Argentina enjoy all the early pressure but Scotland's defence remains firm in front of a half-full Murrayfield.
1730: Argentina kick-off at Murrayfield as Scotland look to launch a successful era under new coach Frank Hadden.
Full-time: Australia end the match knocking on England's door but they were bludgeoned up front and slump to a seventh straight defeat.
75 mins: TRY England 26-16 Australia
England hammer at Australia's line for what seems like ages until finally Mark Cueto muscles his way over in the left corner. Olly Barkley converts from the left touchline.
TRY Ireland 7-45 New Zealand
Marcus Horan scores a consolation for Ireland.
74 mins: TRY Ireland 0-45 New Zealand
Doug Howlett thunders over again for New Zealand. Nick Evans converts.
At Twickenham, Olly Barkley misses a penalty attempt which would have taken England six points clear.
69 mins: Australia's pack are creaking as a ferocious England eight, powered up by the massive Andrew Sheridan, pound their line. Wallaby prop Matt Dunning goes down for a long time with a neck injury and is stretchered off.
In Ireland, Gordon D'Arcy gets over the New Zealand line but is held up by Ma'a Nonu.
68 mins: Australia prop Al Baxter is sin-binned for pulling the scrum down in front of the posts.
67 mins: TRY Ireland 0-38 New Zealand
New Zealand wing Doug Howlett cuts through the Irish line. Nick Evans converts.
65 mins: Australia skipper George Gregan is replaced by Chris Whitaker.
60 mins: PENALTY England 19-16 Australia
England replacement Olly Barkley lands a penalty from the halfway line.
In Ireland, All Blacks centre Ma'a Nonu gathers his own chip to touch down but he is judged to have knocked on as he collected the ball.
55 mins: TRY England 16-16 Australia
Australian Drew Mitchell scores in the left corner after a host of missed tackles from the England midfield. Mat Rogers adds the conversion to level the scores.
England fly-half Charlie Hodgson limps off to be replaced by Olly Barkley.
At Lansdowne Road, New Zealand's Doug Howlett is bundled into touch inches form the Irish line.
53 mins: Australia threaten down the right touchline after Matt Dawson hands over possession once again with a chip over the top.
48 mins: PENALTY England 16-9 Australia
Charlie Hodgson adds another penalty for England.
45 mins: PENALTY Ireland 0-31 New Zealand
The All Blacks seem uninterested in making it a contest and take the points when they are available. Nick Evans adds another penalty.
At Twickenham, England's forward power is humbling Australia but the backs are unable to convert the pressure into points.
43 mins: PENALTY England 13-9 Australia
England flanker Pat Sanderson gives away a penalty and Mat Rogers kicks the three-pointer.
PENALTY Ireland 0-28 New Zealand
New Zealand edge further ahead with another Nick Evans penalty.
42 mins: DROP-GOAL England 13-6 Australia
A ferocious England pack chase the kick-off and set up a platform for Charlie Hodgson to land a simple drop-goal.
41mins: New Zealand kick off the second half at Lansdowne Road, about a minute before England restart at Twickenham. Matt Giteau comes on as a blood replacement for Chris Latham.
40 mins: TRY Ireland 0-25 New Zealand
Wing Sitiveni Sivivatu gets over for his second try, converted by Nick Evans, as half-time is called at a hushed Lansdowne Road.
37 mins: PENALTY Ireland 0-18 New Zealand
New Zealand add another three points.
37 mins: England squander another chance to cross when Martin Corry infringes following some heavy-duty work up front from his forwards. George Gregan is booed as he comes back form the sin-bin.
36 mins: Ireland are bundled into touch inches from New Zealand's line as they exert some rare pressure at Lansdowne Road.
33 mins: England enjoy a period of dominance deep in Australia's 22 but scrum-half Matt Dawson wastes a golden opportunity to feed the ball out wide with a chip over the top from the ruck.
27 mins: TRY England 10-6 Australia
England's backs display some textbook passing to commit Australia's defenders and put Ben Cohen over in the left corner. Charlie Hodgson makes the conversion.
26 mins: Under-fire Australia skipper George Gregan is sin-binned for not retreating at a penalty, taken quickly by Matt Dawson. As he runs off, Lewis Moody comes back on from his yellow card.
25 mins: PENALTY Ireland 0-15 New Zealand
The All Blacks are threatening to run rampant and add a penalty to extend their lead.
17 mins: TRY Ireland 0-12 New Zealand
New Zealand's scrum-half Piri Weepu adds a second try after slick offloading out of the tackle from the All Blacks. Fly-half Nick Evans misses the conversion.
15 mins: PENALTY England 3-6 Australia
Charlie Hodgson makes a second try-saving tackle as Chris Latham hares down England's left wing, past missed tackles from Josh Lewsey and Mike Tindall.
As the ball is recycled, England flanker Lewis Moody comes in from offside and earns himself a yellow card for a professional foul. Mat Rogers slots the penalty.
13 mins: PENALTY England 3-3 Australia
Charlie Hodgson kicks his first penalty with ease after George Gregan hampers Josh Lewsey's kick chase.
10 mins: A patched up Mark Cueto returns for England, sending Mark van Gisbergen back to the bench.
8 mins: TRY Ireland 0-5 New Zealand
Wing Sitiveni Sivivatu scores a simple try for the All Blacks, converted by fly-half Nick Evans.
7 mins: Australia are dragged down yards short of England's line after a stunning break from left wing Drew Mitchell. In Ireland, the home side are hanging on despite some fierce early All Blacks pressure.
6 mins: England win a couple of early line-outs impressively but sloppy handling outside squanders any promising position.
2 mins: PENALTY England 0-3 Australia
Mat Rogers slots three points after England infringe at a ruck.
1430: England skipper Martin Corry drops the kick-off and England are under the cosh for the opening two minutes.
England wing Mark Cueto suffers a deep head gash and runs off for treatment, ushering in New Zealand-born Mark van Gisbergen for his first cap at full-back. Josh Lewsey moves to the wing.
1425: Under-fire Australia captain George Gregan, winning his 116th cap, leads the Wallabies out at Twickenham. Martin Corry's England are greeted with a massive roar, despite the absence of the South Stand.
A moment's silence follows to commemorate Remembrance weekend before most of the stadium erupts in God Save the Queen, with the backdrop of a huge St George's cross, held up by the crowd in the East Stand.
A rendition of Land of Hope and Glory follows to conclude the proceedings.
At Lansdowne Road both sides line up conventionally for the anthems, culminating in New Zealand's fearsome Haka.
1420: The All Blacks run out to boos at Lansdowne Road, with the crowd still keen to remind them of "O'Driscoll-gate". Skipper Simon Easterby leads Ireland out to tumultuous cheers.
1415: Excitement is building at Twickenham and Lansdowne Road as kick-off looms.
But both stadiums will be at less than capacity - Twickenham is without the 15,000-seat South Stand due to redevelopment and Lansdowne Road will have no-one on the 7,000-seat North Terrace after a fire on Friday.