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5dESPN Staff

What we learned about each team in Six Nations

England are Six Nations champions again, Italy have the wooden spoon again. It's all so 2016. So what did we learn from the 2017 championship? ESPN's writers cast their eye over every nation.

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4dESPN Staff

ESPN's Six Nations Awards

Now that the curtain has come down on the 2017 Six Nations, ESPN's rugby writers Tom Hamilton and Martyn Thomas hand out their awards from player of the tournament to biggest disappointment.

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5dHuw Richards

The 2017 Six Nations by numbers

So how will we remember the 2017 Six Nations? Perhaps for proof that Eddie Jones's England were exceptional rather than invincible and welcome signs of life from France and Scotland.

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8dESPN Staff

Women's Six Nations Round Five preview

All the key stats and team news ahead of the fifth round of the Women's Six Nations as both England face Ireland, with a Grand Slam on the line for the winner.

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8dPA Sport

Italy change four for Scotland

Scottish-born lock George Biagi has been named in the Italy side as one of four changes to Conor O'Shea's starting line-up for the Azzurri's final 2017 RBS 6 Nations match at Murrayfield.

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10dPA Sport

Scotland told: No sulking or sentiment

Scotland may have been thrashed by England and face a farewell match for coach Vern Cotter, but coach Jonathan Humphreys has told them to focus on Italy.

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14dKillian O'Connor

Italy vs. France -- Six Nations Preview

Will Conor O'Shea join the elite list of Italian coaches who have masterminded a victory over the French? Saturday's Six Nations clash in Rome will tell us a lot about both sides.

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15dESPN Staff

Italy change three for France

Italy head coach Conor O'Shea has made three changes for the Six Nations visit of France this Saturday, with Carlo Canna coming in for the injured Tommaso Allan at fly-half.

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31dHuw Richards

Italy's false dawn: The deceleration of the Azzurri

It's been almost 20 years since the Azzurri stunned France in one of the great moments in Italian rugby history -- but that it ranks quite so high is perhaps a disappointment writes Huw Richards.

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16dJohn Griffiths

Fantasy Rugby: Who to pick for Week 4

The top ten overall performers in this year's Fantasy competition will be on parade in games at Cardiff and Twickenham in the penultimate round of this year's Six Nations.

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22dPA Sport

Hartley accepts blame for England's slow reaction

Dylan Hartley is considering swapping the Bible for rugby's law book after accepting responsibility for England's slow reaction to Italy's tactics at Twickenham on Sunday.

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23dESPN Staff

Italy suffer Tommaso Allan injury blow

Italy look set to be without fly-half Tommaso Allan for the rest of the Six Nations after he suffered a dislocated shoulder against England.

24dESPN Staff

Woodward calls for anti-rucking law change

Sir Clive Woodward has called for the anti-rucking law to be changed while World Rugby boss Bill Beaumont will meet referees' manager Alain Rolland to discuss the ruckless tactic.

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25dPA Sport

O'Brien: Ireland would've combated Italy tactics

Sean O'Brien insists Ireland would have known exactly what to do if faced with Italy's no-ruck tactics that bamboozled England on Sunday.

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Woodward: Italy were 'innovative and inspired'

Former England coach Sir Clive Woodward has backed the controversial breakdown tactics used by Italy during their RBS 6 Nations game at Twickenham, describing them as "innovative and inspired".

2017 RankingsSix Nations

  • ITALY6th
    TRIES SCORED 1st England : 16 Tries Scored
    ENG1st
    6
    16
  • ITALY6th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st England : 65 Points Difference
    ENG1st
    -151
    65