England don't play this weekend, but there are still some interesting fixtures to look forward to, particularly with group rivals France in action again. Here are my predictions for this weekend's matches. France v Italy
There are several changes for France from the team that lost to Scotland last weekend, and it’s a
Morgan Parra has been ousted, Jacques Brunel has axed Mathieu Bastareaud, and there is no room for Uini Atonio… the French have certainly been bold with their squad selection for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. Despite all the change going on east of the channel, Les Bleus have nothing
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
Let us know what you thought of England's win at Twickenham this afternoon, featuring a Jonny May hat-trick before half-time. What were the main talking points? Who played well? Give the match a rating out of 10 and then share your thoughts in the comments below.
Now then. I'm not normally one to gloat, particularly as I put my head above the parapet with various predictions on a regular basis and occasionally I get them wrong. However, those that rubbished my predictions last week can feel free to apologise to me, and I will not
After their stunning humbling of Grand Slam champions Ireland in their own back-yard, Eddie Jones' England return to Twickenham this weekend in high spirits and looking to build upon that devastating display when they meet France on Sunday. Whilst the English come into round two with confidence soaring following a convincing
Jacques Brunel has named the France side to take on England at Twickenham, with Mathieu Bastareaud returning to the midfield. What do you think of this line up?
Wow, what a win! That was test match intensity at its best, England’s ferocity was at a level not seen for a long time - I’d argue it was the best performance since the 2nd test in Australia in 2016, being relentless in defence, with Tom Curry (despite a contentious