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 Ireland do to win?
The early pace setters in the tournament were Ireland sweeping aside Italy, France and England in their first three games. However, a defeat to Wales in Cardiff on Saturday saw England leapfrog them and take pole position in the race for the championship. Ireland currently sit in second position, on the same number of points as England, but with an inferior points difference of only +33 compared to England’s +37. However, with a record of nine wins in ten international matches and coming up against a Scotland side that have shipped 88 points so far in this year's tournament, don’t put it past the men in green to make it two titles in two years on Saturday.
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