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Noves laments Gael Fickou knock-on

France boss Guy Noves lamented the slight knock-on from Gael Fickou that cost his side a try from Remi Lamerat during their Six Nations defeat to Ireland.

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2dESPN Staff

Sexton shines as Ireland sink France

Johnny Sexton shrugged off France's latest bully-boy tactics to pilot Ireland's stubborn 19-9 Six Nations victory in Dublin.

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Sexton excited for French challenge - Farrell

Ireland defence coach Andy Farrell thinks Johnny Sexton is raring to go based on his attitude at training ahead of Saturday's Six Nations clash against France.

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France change three to face Ireland

France coach Guy Noves says the three changes to Les Bleus' starting line-up for the RBS 6 Nations clash with Ireland are all logical choices.

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6dJohn Griffiths

Fantasy Rugby: Who to pick for Week 3

A trio of Irishmen dominated the second round of the 2017 Fantasy Six Nations, leaving some important questions to be answered regarding who you should pick for Week 3.

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13dESPN Staff

France name initial squad for Ireland

France coach Guy Noves has recalled three players to his squad to face Ireland in the third round of the Six Nations in Dublin.

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15dGreg Growden

Dan Biggar the man to counter Beauden Barrett for Lions

If the British & Irish Lions are to have any chance against the All Blacks this year they must find a pivot who can counter the ingenuity, skill and vision of Beauden Barrett.

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France defeat Scotland to kick-start their Six Nations

Two Camille Lopez penalties in the final 10 minutes proved the difference as Scotland failed to build on a lightning start to the second half of their RBS 6 Nations clash against France.

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17dTom Hamilton

Time for the real Six Nations favourite to emerge from the pack

After round one of the Six Nations, there is a lack of clarity over who the front-runner is for the title. This weekend we should get a clear picture of just who are the team to beat.

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17dMartyn Thomas

Six Nations Preview -- France vs. Scotland

France entertain Scotland looking to kickstart their Six Nations campaign against a Scotland team attempting to rubber-stamp their championship credentials.

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20dJohn Griffiths

Fantasy Rugby: What we learned from Week 1

Backs dominated the opening round of the 2017 Fantasy Six Nations, leaving some important questions to be answered regarding who you should pick for Week 2.

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22dGreg Growden

Beware, England, you've awoken Fast Eddie

Beware England players, you should prepare yourselves for a horror week on the training track. Your 'cruise control' effort against France will see the return of Fast Eddie, Greg Growden writes.

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23dTom Hamilton

Impact subs help England find a way to win 15

Just as they had to during the summer series in Australia, England held their nerve and dug deep in the final quarter to extend their winning run to a record 15 games -- much to France's chagrin.

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23dESPN Staff

Te'o try does the trick for lacklustre England

England extended their unbeaten run under Eddie Jones to 15 games, but the defence of their Six Nations title got off to a nervy start against a tenacious France at Twickenham.

24dESPN Staff

Six Nations: Everything you need to know

The Six Nations returns again for 2017 where champions England will defend their coveted crown -- here's everything you need to know ahead of the highly anticipated first round fixtures.

2017 RankingsSix Nations

  • FRA5th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Ireland : 12 Tries Scored
  • FRA4th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Ireland : 48 Points Difference