It was a slightly disappointing 6 from 9 last weekend, as I failed to pick Japan's win over Italy, Wales' beating Argentina and of course South Africa's remarkable victory over England. There are another 9 games coming up tomorrow, and we're looking to bounce back. Tonga v Samoa
Both sides suffered narrow defeats
South Africa lay waste to England’s foundations Watching the opening 20 minutes of England’s opening fixture on their tour to South Africa, you’d have been forgiven for thinking that the clock had reversed and taken you back to late 2016/early 2017. Back then, Eddie Jones’s side were looking to topple the
Yes, I know there was a test match last week, and in Superbru this is marked as round two, but that Wales v South Africa match was such a non-event, and the real action gets underway tomorrow. Here are my predictions for this weekend's outstanding lineup of rugby fixtures. Tonga v Georgia
1 - Cian Healy (Ireland)
Healy dominated his opponent Sinckler at the scrum (who is known for his weaknesses at the set-piece) and won a couple of vital penalties to disrupt English momentum and possession and also contributed to Ireland’s stern defensive effort by making 9 tackles. 2 - Camille Chat
Twickenham witnesses the cold efficiency of Irish And so the 2018 Six Nations passes into the history books and there will be two notable features when analysing the final table: Ireland won only their third ever Grand Slam and England succumbed to their worst ever finish in the present format. This
Tell us what you thought of the game between Scotland and Italy. Were there any highlights?? Give the match a rating out of 10, and please share your thoughts in the comments below.
Here we go for the final round, where the England v Ireland showdown isn't quite as exciting as it could have been thanks to England's malaise, but it will still be a great game to see if Ireland can clinch the Grand Slam. Here are my predictions for the final round
There are three games left to play in this year’s Six Nations, each with very different implications. England and Ireland will lock horns at Twickenham in their latest hustings to determine who sets off for Japan next year as the best team this side of the equator. Wales and France
England suffer two Championship defeats for first time since 2010 It has been a hell of a ride for the last two years. Since the World Cup debacle, we have had an undefeated calendar year, a Grand Slam, two Six Nations titles and a series whitewash in Australia, whilst also not
How did you enjoy the match today between Wales and Italy? What were the highlights? How did Wales' much-changed team perform? Give the match a rating out of 10, and please share your thoughts in the comments below.