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The Guinness Six Nations is set to get underway this weekend, with Ireland hosting defending champions Wales in Saturday’s opening fixture.


Ireland go into the tournament this year on the back of a 29-20 win over the All Blacks in Dublin. No team will find it easy to break down this Ireland squad, however, they travel to both London and Paris this year, meaning they'll have to cause a couple of upsets against the tournament favourites to claim the title. An upset is on the cards, but i'm not sure they can go all the way. 

Predicted finish: 4th  


Alun Wyn Jones will be leading the line yet again for the 2021 Champions. They share the record with England for most titles (39) and this year they'll be going for 40. They had a shaky Autumn International period, losing to South Africa and narrowly beating Australia. It feels strange predicting a 3rd place finish for the current Champions but it is a likely outcome!

Predicted finish: 3rd  


England fans will expect a biiiiig improvement this year. 2021 was a year to forget, finishing 5th with sloppy performances across the board.  England freshen up the squad with the likes of Vunipola, Mako and Billy left out of the initial 36-man squad. The Red Rose don’t go in as favourites but, should they get going, they could grow into a strong oponent for the likes of France and Ireland.

Predicted finish: 2nd  


Scotland showed some potential last season, beating England and France. Expect a few more upsets from the Scots this year though they may not have the squad to take it all the way.

Scotland will look to get off to a good start as they face England at Murrayfield on the opening weekend for the famous Calcutta Cup. They’ll be hoping for a repeat of 2021 where they left Twickenham with a thrilling 22-12 victory. Struggling for consistency in performances, we see Scotland falling down the pecking order this year. 

Predicted finish: 5th  


The twice runners-up under Fabien Galthié will be looking to make it third time lucky in 2022. France are this year’s bookies’ favourite and we’d have to agree with them. Fixtures favour Les Bleus too with home games against Ireland, England and Italy. Could it come down to the final game of the tournament... Le Crunch?

Predicted finish: 1st  


Italy haven’t picked up a single point in the last three seasons and have finished 6th in the past five… The only way is up for the Azzurri, is this the year they final get some points on the board?

Predicted finish: 6th  



Ireland v Wales — Saturday, Feb 5, Dublin

Scotland v England — Saturday Feb 5, Edinburgh

France v Italy — Sunday, Feb 6, Paris


Wales v Scotland — Saturday, Feb 12, Cardiff

France v Ireland — Saturday, Feb 12, Paris

Italy v England — Sunday, Feb 13, Rome


Scotland v France — Saturday, Feb 26, Edinburgh

England v Wales — Saturday, Feb 26, Twickenham

Ireland v Italy — Sunday, Feb 27, Dublin


Wales v France — Friday, March 11, Cardiff

Italy v Scotland — Saturday, March 12, Rome

England v Ireland — Saturday, March 12, Twickenham


Wales v Italy — Saturday, March 19, Cardiff

Ireland v Scotland — Saturday, March 19, Dublin

France v England — Saturday, March 19, Paris

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