Six Nations Round 4 1st Try Scorer Acca

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There are only two matches in round four of the 2020 Six Nations tournament as the Coronavirus has forced Ireland's home game with Italy to be postponed. Have a look at this 1st try scorer acca and see if you agree.

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England play host to Wales in round four of the Six Nations at Twickenham on Saturday, while Scotland entertain France at Murrayfield on Sunday afternoon.

I have picked out two players who I believe will score the opening tries in these two matches, take a look and see if you think I’m right.

Six Nations Round 4 Tips:  Jonny May 1st try scorer for England against Wales @ 11/2 Paddy Power

England have won two of their opening three matches in the Six Nations this year, while Wales have only managed to secure one victory. Between them, they have two of the best try scorers in the competition in Josh Adams and Jonny May. Wales winger has crossed for three tries in three games, with all three of them coming in their opening weekend 42-0 win over Italy. May has scored two tries and is second on the leader board. He bagged a brace in their defeat against France in round one and has yet to score since. Adams has been ruled out of the remainder of the tournament with an ankle injury, so I’m backing May to go level with him with three by scoring the opening try at Twickenham.

Six Nations Round 4 Tips: Back Anthony Bouthier 1st try scorer for France against Scotland @ 18/1 Paddy Power

France should not have any real problems in registering their fourth win and move a step closer to winning the Grand Slam for the first time since 2010. Les Bleus have scored 86 points in three games with Charles Ollivon leading the way with Josh Adams with three tries, while Romain Nitamack has two to his name with Gregory Alldritt, Anthony Bouthier, Vincent Rattez, Baptiste Serin, Teddy Thomas and Paul Willemse all with one try apiece. The French look dangerous with ball in hand, whether it be with the backs or their rampaging forwards. I expect them to throw the ball around against the Scots and I’m backing fullback Bouthier to open the scoring.