The stage is set for one of the most thrilling finales to a Six Nations tournament in years. With England, Ireland and Wales all still in with more than a good chance to claim this year’s title, it could come right down to the wire.
So, what must England do to win?
England go into this weekend’s round of fixtures in the driving seat after victory in the Calcutta Cup on Saturday meant that winning this year’s championship was in their hands. An impressive start to their campaign saw England impressively beat Wales in Cardiff 16-21 and follow this up with a comfortable 47-17 win against Italy in Rome. England were knocked off the top spot however, when they were soundly beaten 19-9 by Ireland in Dublin. On Saturday a win against Scotland saw them climb back up to the top of the pile. Nevertheless, after missing a number of guilt edge chances on Saturday a great chance to increase their point’s difference over Ireland to more than four points escaped them. England also have arguably the hardest match this weekend, coming up against France, a side who are ranked seventh in the world, and come off the back of a convincing 0-29 win against Italy.
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