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France play at Twickenham this weekend

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7 – Chris Robshaw (England) – The English captain led his side to a first victory in Ireland for 10 years. Brilliant defensively and always looked to ship the ball on from first receiver. Lead-from-the-front example shown by taking final line-out

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Owen Farrell kicked seven out of eight attempts at goal

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Euan Murray will face England with his long-term future assured

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England's forwards never perform cartwheels of joy when they see Euan Murray's name on a Scotland team sheet in Six Nations week: indeed, they would not object to all Calcutta Cup games being played on a Sunday – a development that would remove the threat of the devout Christian, who refuses to play on the Sabbath for reasons of conscience.

Charlie Hodgson breaks to score Saracens’ crucial bonus-point try

Saracens to play Heineken Cup quarter-final at Twickenham

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