Round 4 was relatively easy to predict, although I took a gamble on Scotland beating Wales, which didn't pay off. The Scots had a couple of chances to win the game, but Wales ultimately prevailed and now the Grand Slam is within touching distance. Can they finish the job?
Wales beating England in Round 3 was very disappointing, not least because it was my first incorrect pick on Superbru and I lost a few places as a result. The first match this weekend looks like the toughest to call. Here are my Superbru predictions for Round 4 of the
The predictions in Round 2 were relatively straightforward, with Ireland beating Scotland ending any hopes of an upset, whilst Wales overcame Italy and England thrashed France. Somewhat unusually, 4 of the 6 matches so far have ended in away victories, and I think there could be another two this weekend. It's 6
On a whirlwind opening weekend of Six Nations rugby, it was England who brought the storm to Dublin. As the frost bit in a stifling Aviva Stadium, Eddie Jones’ men suffocated and subdued their hosts, throwing the tournament wide-open in the process. The pack were domineering, providing a stable platform
Joe Schmidt has named the team to face England in Dublin on Saturday. Ireland: Robbie Henshaw Keith Earls Garry Ringrose Bundee Aki Jacob Stockdale Johnny Sexton Conor Murray Cian Healy Rory Best (capt) Tadhg Furlong Devin Toner James Ryan Peter O'Mahony Josh van der Flier CJ Stander Replacements: Cronin, Kilcoyne, Porter, Roux, O'Brien, Cooney, Carbery, Larmour.