The world is a rather strange place at the moment with the coronavirus continuing to spread, and with various things being shut down, schools closing in Ireland and travel restrictions in place, it's hard to see how the Wales v Scotland match is going ahead this weekend. But yet, here are
What did you think of this afternoon’s match at Twickenham? Who played well? What were the main talking points? What will England think of this year’s Six Nations campaign?
How many Welsh players would you select for England from the two starting lineups set to take the field at Twickenham Here's a Combined XV for discussion - let me know what changes you would make. Joe Marler1Rob Evans Jamie George2Ken Owens Kyle Sinckler3Dillon Lewis Maro Itoje4Jake Ball George Kruis5Alun Wyn Jones Courtney Lawes6Ross
Wales have made four changes to their starting XV to play England at Twickenham on Saturday. Liam Williams and Josh Navidi return from injury to make their first appearances in Wales’ 2020 Guinness Six Nations campaign with Tomos Williams and Rob Evans also both named in the starting side. Liam Williams comes
England men's head coach Eddie Jones has recalled 34 players to Pennyhill Park to begin preparations for England’s next Guinness Six Nations match against Wales on Saturday 7 March at Twickenham Stadium (KO 4.45pm, live on ITV). Forwards Luke Cowan-Dickie (Exeter Chiefs) Tom Curry (Sale Sharks) Tom Dunn (Bath Rugby) Ben Earl (Saracens) Charlie Ewels
Wales head coach Wayne Pivac has named his first Guinness Six Nations squad which features 38 players, including five uncapped. Prop WillGriff John, second-row Will Rowlands, centre Nick Tompkins and back-three duo Johnny McNicholl and Louis Rees-Zammit are all included in Wales’ 2020 Guinness Six Nations squad as they look to