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Sunday, March 04, 2012

Reminder: France v England LIVE next weekend

With Ireland thumping Wales 36-0 yesterday, the Six Nations is building to a terrific climax this year. England, France and Ireland are all still in the running and the tournament will now go down to the final weekend, even possibly the final game.

Both of England's remaining games will be available to watch, live. Next weekend's crucial game in Paris will be broadcast on Sky Sports 2 Red Button, kick off 12.45pm GMT, and their final game against Ireland on 17th will be shown on

England remain favourites to win their seventh Grand Slam, but must obviously win both of these games. If they slip up in either case then France or Ireland could sneak in and take the title. If France were to win next Saturday then only Wales on 18th March would stand between them and their first title for eight years.

Meanwhile, next weekend Ireland play Scotland and should not only win but significantly improve their points total - which is, after three games, already the best they have ever achieved. A win in Esher on the 17th could give them the championship for the first time. Ireland's performance this year has already put them well ahead of their rivals in the race the qualify for the World Cup.

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