With 3 rounds completed, the 6 Nations is into the last 3 rounds with not much separating the top 3 teams.Ireland is sitting pretty with the best points difference but face a difficult weekend away next weekend in Paris. Wales and England are in similar positions and in a potential title decider this weekend when they clash at Twickers! Read the referee appointments below and our predictions, if you are out and about during the game simply follow the live commentary from the links below!
In what should be an easier game for Ireland, with home ground advantage and in what could be Brian O’Driscoll’s last game at home, I’m sure the Irish will be wanting to put in a performance he deserves and to give a good points buffer going into the 5th round. The forwards battle will be tightly contested but the game will be won with the dangerous running backs of Ireland. Nigel Owens will be the referee, rate his performance here.
Our prediction, Ireland to win by 15 points. Follow live commentary here.
In what could be the game of the weekend that we least expect, a stubborn Scottish team at home and an inconsistant French side could allow the Scots to sneak a win. Back in 2006 the Scots had no chance and ended up winning by 20-16 when Kaplan was the reffing. Will history repeat itself? Ref for the game is Chris Pollack who has been having some good games in Super Rugby, lets see how performs in the Northern Hemisphere.
Our Prediction, Scots by 3. Follow live commentary here.
In our game of the weekend for the 6 Nations, Wales visits Twickers for a very important game for both teams. If England can win with a nice points difference it will set them up nicely for next weekend. Wales backline has been performing well and it will come down to the forwards and whether or not Wales can withstand the English pack, who will be fired up with the home crowd getting behind them. Romain Poite is the referee for the game, lets hope he allows for a great game of rugby and doesn’t penalise the scrums too much.
Our prediction, England by 6. Follow live commentary here and rate Poite’s performance.
Well, that’s a wrap of the upcoming weekend – don’t forget you can follow live commentary on your computer or tablet or mobile phone from this website plus vote on decisions you disagree or agree with and we’ll have Jonathan Kaplan review the top voted decisions on Monday.