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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Six Nations: The decider

It is only round three of the Six Nations this weekend, but it is still the weekend that will decide whether England will win their six successive Six Nations, or France will win for the first time since 2005.

But first up on Saturday Scotland take on Ireland at Lasswade, desperate to avoid another humiliating defeat. Unfortunately Ireland have won the last five meetings between the teams, each by a large margin than the last, and there seems little or no sign this will change - especially with Scotland missing Caroline Collie, the one new player who has been a real "find" for them this season. Last time they met in Scotland, Ireland won 23-0 while the last meeting between the two sides was a 32-8 win for the Irish. Expect the scoreline to be at least as big again.

On Sunday Wales travel to Italy for a tricky fixture, hoping to reverse the home defeat they suffered last season, and given two confidence boosting performances they should.

Which leaves is with Engla v France, line on Sky from 1pm. England should win this (they are practically unbeaten at home - but it should be a fascinating battle.

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