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England to keep Six Nations dream alive? Get Six Nations Tips

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England v Ireland - Guinness Six Nations - Twickenham Stadium

There are just two matches taking place in the Six Nations this weekend with Ireland's clash with Italy postponed because of the recent Coronavirus scare. Will Scotland do England a massive favour?

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England vs Wales (Saturday, 16:45 GMT)

England will be looking to keep their slim hopes of winning the Six Nations Championship when they entertain Wales at Twickenham. Eddie Jones’ men are second on the league ladder with two wins and one defeat from their opening three matches. They will be looking to make it three wins in succession when they take on the Red Dragons, and hope Scotland upset the odds by beating leaders France on Sunday. England looked in good form last time out when they beat Ireland 24-12 thanks to tries from George Ford, Elliot Daly and Luke Cowan-Dickie. Wales have won just one game this campaign, a 42-0 hammering of Italy in round one. Since then they have gone down to Ireland and France – effectively ending their chances of glory. Wales have not won at Twickenham in the Six Nations since recording a 19-12 victory back in 2012. Jones’ men look solid on home soil and we are backing them to take this win by 11-20 points, Owen Farrell’s boot will be the difference in this one.

Scotland vs France (Sunday, 15:00 GMT)

Scotland could do England a massive favour with victory over currently unbeaten France at Murrayfield. The Scots have only won once with a 17-0 win over Italy, while France are the team to beat having already defeated England, Italy and Wales. France know victory will move them a step closer to the Six Nations title and their first Grand Slam success since 2010. Scotland last beat France in a Six Nations game back in 2018 when they ran out 32-26 winners in Edinburgh. We cannot see that happening this time around. France look a different and exciting side under coach Fabien Galthie, while their defence has been strengthened by the appointment of Shaun Edwards. We are going for Les Bleus to win this by 13 or more points.