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Who wins the Six Nations 2020?

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Who will win the 2020 Six Nations?

The 2020 Six Nations Championship was postponed after the coronavirus pandemic swept through Europe leaving the tournament unfinished. They’ll finish the tournament in October with 4 games remaining: Ireland vs Italy, Wales vs Scotland, Italy vs England and France Vs Ireland.

England are the current favourites to win the title, they currently sit at the top of the table and only have 1 game remaining in Italy. Head coach Eddie Jones will expect his side to get a bonus point victory over Italy and will expect his squad which is full of world class players such as Tom Curry, Owen Farrell and Mako Vunipola to get the job done.

Ireland are the only team left in the tournament with 2 games left to play and this makes them second favourites to win the tournament. They have games against both Italy and France and they’ll possibly have to win both if they have any chance of beating England to the title. Andy Farrell’s Ireland also has top players such as Johnny Sexton, Conor Murray and CJ Stander who’ll have to turn up in these games if they are to win the tournament.

France were on course to win the 2020 Six Nations grand slam following impressive wins over Wales and England in the previous rounds. However after a shock loss to Scotland, they’ve fallen down the table and need some results to go their way if they are to secure their first Championship since 2010.

Scotland are outsiders to win this year’s Championship after beating runaway favourites France in round 4. If they are to win, they’d need England and Ireland to lose to Italy and France to lose to Ireland along with a win of their own against Wales. Although unlikely, you can’t count them out just yet.