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Who wins the Six Nations 2021?

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Who will win the 2021 Six Nations Championship?

The 2021 Six Nations Championship will be the 127th edition of the tournament and is regarded as one of the most prestigious rugby championships in the world. Wales, England, Scotland, Ireland, France and Italy will all take part and will all hope to have a successful tournament before the British and Irish Lions tour in the summer. The 2020 edition of the tournament was heavily disrupted due to the Coronavirus pandemic, however, was able to continue in October following a long absence.

England will go into the tournament as the reigning champions following their successful 2020 campaign which saw them beat France to the title on points difference. This will make them heavy favourites to retain their title in 2021 Six Nations Championship.

Head coach Eddie Jones has made a massive difference to the side since joining in 2015 where he won the 2016, 2017 and 2020 Six Nations titles. He’ll be hoping his star-studded squad which includes Owen Farrell, Tom Curry, Billy Vunipola and Kyle Sinckler will be able to repeat this feat in their 2021 campaign.

France finished in second place in the 2020 Six Nations Championship. They were heavy favourites to win the grand slam, however, lost to Scotland in the fourth round which let England jump in and take the title from their grasp.

Despite this, they’ll be hot favourites to win 2021 Six Nations Championship. Their young squad includes the likes of Damian Penaud, Grégory Alldritt, Antoine Dupont and Romain Ntamack who are all world class players in their respective positions.

Wales were the big underachievers of the 2020 Six Nations Championship. Following a change of leadership, Wayne Pivac became Wales coach succeeding fan favourite Warren Gatland following a 12 year reign.

Wales went from Champions in the 2019 tournament to 5th place just the following year. If Pivac can click his squad into gear, the likes of Dan Biggar, Justin Tipuric, Josh Adams and Alun Wyn Jones will be ready to be unleashed on Europe and will be up there amongst the favourites for the title.

Ireland were also in contention for the 2020 Six Nations title on the final day of the tournament, however, lost to France 35-27 which meant England went on to win the title. Andy Farrell was appointed in 2019 taking over from Joe Schmidt and went on to finish third in his first Six Nations campaign.

Farrell also has an incredible squad at his disposal with CJ Stander, Jonathan Sexton, Tadgh Furlong and James Ryan all world class players and can change a game on their own. This year, Ireland will be hoping to win their first Six Nations title since 2018.

Scotland were the surprise package in last year’s Six Nations tournament. After beating in round three, they then went on to win their final 2 matches against heavy favourites France and defending champions Wales. Scotland haven’t won a Six Nations title since 1999 and have been desperate to get their hands on silverware over the past 2 decades.

Head coach Gregor Townsend has had a successful time with the side and he’s built a formidable squad which includes world class talent. Captain Stuart Hogg is one of the best in the world and has the likes of Jonny Gray, Blair Kinghorn, Finn Russell and Jamie Ritchie alongside him. If Scotland are to upset the odds 2021 Six Nations Championship, these players will need to be on top form.

Italy have finished in last place in each of the last 5 Six Nations tournaments with little to no signs of improvement. Many have called for the inclusion of a promotion and relegation from the Six Nations, however, Italy will hope to get at least one win in 2021 Six Nations Championship.