Key info ahead of Six Nations round five

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England will face Ireland in the final match of the Six Nations in Dublin on Saturday (9pm UAE time) knowing they are just one game away from a historic win.

Victory for Eddie Jones’ men at the Aviva Stadium would see them set a new record of 19 consecutive Test wins by a leading international rugby side.

A win would also give England the Triple Crown and mean they had become the first team in the Six Nations era to complete back-to-back Grand Slams.

In the other games of the day, Scotland entertain Italy at 4.30pm UAE time and France take on Wales at 6.45pm.

Here’s a look at the schedule for the final round of games.

SCOTLAND VS ITALY (4.30PM)

FRANCE VS WALES (6.45PM)

IRELAND VS ENGLAND (9PM)

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HIGHLIGHTS: France 40-18 Italy

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France powered past Italy 40-18 in their Six Nations international at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday.

Tries from Gael Fickou, Virimi Vakatawa, Louis Picamoles and Brice Dulin and faultless Camille Lopez contributing 20 points with his boot earned France their second win of the championship.

Sergio Parisse crossed early for Italy with Angelo Esposito adding a late consolation try. Carlo Canna kicked two penalties and a conversion.

This was wooden spoon recipient Italy's fourth consecutive defeat.
Watch the highlights in the video above from the RBS 6 Nations YouTube channel.




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HIGHLIGHTS: England 61-21 Scotland

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England thrashed Scotland 61-21 at Twickenham on Saturday to win the Six Nations title and equal New Zealand's record of 18 successive Test wins by a 'tier one' nation.

Jonathan Joseph scored three of England's seven tries, in a match that saw England post their record score and equal-highest margin of victory over Scotland.

England can break world champions New Zealand's mark of 18 wins in a row by beating Ireland in Dublin next weekend, a match where a win would also see them complete back-to-back Grand Slams.

Watch the highlights in the video above from the RBS 6 Nations YouTube channel.
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