France and Scotland lock horns in their rearranged ckash in Paris on Friday, with Les Bleus needing to score over four tires to be in with a chance of winning the Six Nations title.
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Six Nations Predictions & Tips: France v Scotland (Friday 20:00 GMT)
France entertain Scotland in their rearranged Six Nations clash on Friday at the Stade de France in Paris, and they know exactly what they have to do to be crowned Six Nations champions for the first time since 2010. Les Bleus will take the crown away from Wales if they manage to beat Scotland by 21 points or more with a bonus point for scoring four tries, if they fail to score four tries and win by 21 or more, they will not win the title. If France claims a bonus point and win by 20 points, then they would fail to win the championship and if they score five tries and win by 20 then the title will be shared for the first time since 1988. France will be without lock forward Paul Willemse for this crucial encounter after landing a suspension for making contact with the eye of Wales’ Wyn Jones. Scotland have left out Saracens star Sean Maitland for this final game after they were limited to just five English-based players. Maitland has been omitted despite playing at full-back against Italy, the English-based players who will be involved in Paris are Stuart Hogg, Sam Skinner, Scott Steele, Alex Craig and Chris Harris. This should be an entertaining affair, because France know they need to score at least four tries to be in with a chance of winning the title. I do believe they will score four tries, but I am not sure they will win by over 21 points. I am backing France to win by 11-1points.