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Can England maintain their 100 per cent record in the Six Nations against Ireland on Saturday?

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
England flanker Chris Robshaw Photo: Chris Robshaw

England host Ireland in the pick of the Six Nations games at Twickenham on Saturday evening.

The defending champions only have pride to play for after a 10-9 defeat by France at the Stade de France in Paris earlier this month.

Ireland’s defeat was preceded by a 16-16 stalemate with Wales in Dublin after squandering a 13-10 half-time lead.

England have it all to play for after beating Scotland and Italy in their opening two games of the Championship.

First on the bill for the Six Nations weekend is Wales against France at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

Warren Gatland’s side need to beat France to keep their Six Nations championship hopes alive after their draw with Ireland in Dublin.

France have already beaten Italy and Ireland.

Finally, Scotland and Italy will hope to capitalise on Ireland’s poor start and secure victory on Saturday afternoon to avoid the wooden spoon.

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