From the second the final whistle went in Paris to signal the end of Round 2, we’ve all been waiting for the Guinness Six Nations to return. And now the third round of fixtures is nearly upon us, it’s time to find out who will be featuring in this weekend’s clashes.
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England will be without prop Mako Vunipola for their Guinness Six Nations clash with Ireland on Sunday, with Beno Obano drafted into England’s squad as cover. Vunipola has not been included among the 33 players recalled by Eddie Jones to Pennyhill Park to begin preparations for Ireland as he has travelled back to Tonga for
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The wait for Round 3 of the 2020 Women’s Six Nations is almost over as all the nations prepare for another crucial weekend of matches.
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The Guinness Six Nations returns to the fore this weekend with three blockbuster matches to satisfy all of your rugby needs as the players come back refreshed after a rest week. Italy welcome Scotland to the Stadio Olimpico in the opening game of Round 3 before France travel to Cardiff to face Wales and England
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It is 20 years since Italy joined the Guinness Six Nations, sparking two decades of unforgettable Championship moments. And to celebrate such an important birthday, several Guinness Six Nations legends have joined forces with TISSOT to launch the TISSOT Test of Time campaign. Picking their favourite ever Championship moments, the likes of Serge Betsen, Rory
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It is 20 years since Italy began tussling with the European heavyweights in the Guinness Six Nations and they have certainly made their mark during that time. During the last two decades, the Azzurri have orchestrated some phenomenal tries and we’ve picked some of the most memorable here. Mauro Bergamasco v Scotland, 2001 During the
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Wayne Pivac has recalled Hallam Amos ahead of Wales’ pivotal Round 3 Guinness Six Nations match against France. Amos is a replacement for Owen Lane, who was released from the squad earlier in the campaign due to injury, and comes in to offer back three cover. The full-back missed the start of the Championship due
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Scotland assistant coach Mike Blair believes captain Stuart Hogg has returned ready and refreshed after a week away from the international side and backs him to bring his club form onto the international stage.
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Rory Best is confident Ireland can continue their perfect start to the Guinness Six Nations at Twickenham on Sunday as they have “too many good players” not to be successful. In their first Championship campaign under new head coach Andy Farrell, who replaced Joe Schmidt after the World Cup, Ireland started with a hard-fought 19-12
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England full-back George Furbank has described his first two Guinness Six Nations appearances as a ‘baptism of fire’ – but he is relishing the chance to play at Twickenham this weekend. The 23-year-old Northampton Saints man made his international debut for the Red Rose in Paris after Anthony Watson was ruled out of the Championship
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