The 2018 NatWest Six Nations will undoubtedly be full of drama, excitement and quality rugby over the course of five rounds. England are gunning for a third title on the bounce, whilst Ireland, Wales, Scotland, France and Italy all have other ideas.
An under-strength Wales face an under-pressure South Africa at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium this Saturday.
Three of the four home nations finish their autumn campaigns this weekend, all looking to end 2017 on a high ahead of next year’s Six Nations. Scotland lock horns with the Wallabies north of the border, and the hard-hitting Samoans are the visitors to Twickenham.
England, Ireland and Scotland will all be looking to secure their second wins of their autumn campaigns following a successful opening weekend, whilst Wales need to bounce back from a disappointing defeat in their opener. Wales host an ever-improving Georgia at the Principality Stadium after falling short against the Wallabies, and Eddie Jones’ England then take centre stage against Australia in south-west London.
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