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    6N 2020 & 2021

    2020

    Round 1
    Sat 01 Feb Wales KO 14:15 GMT Italy
    Sat 01 Feb Ireland KO 16:45 GMT Scotland
    Sun 02 Feb France KO 15:00 GMT England

    Round 2
    Sat 08 Feb Ireland KO 14:15 GMT Wales
    Sat 08 Feb Scotland KO 16:45 GMT England
    Sun 09 Feb France KO 15:00 GMT Italy

    Round 3
    Sat 22 Feb Italy KO 14:15 GMT Scotland
    Sat 22 Feb Wales KO 16:45 GMT France
    Sun 23 Feb England KO 15:00 GMT Ireland

    Round 4
    Sat 07 Mar Ireland KO 14:15 GMT Italy
    Sat 07 Mar England KO 16:45 GMT Wales
    Sun 08 Mar Scotland KO 15:00 GMT France

    Round 5
    Sat 14 Mar Wales KO 14:15 GMT Scotland
    Sat 14 Mar Italy KO 16:45 GMT England
    Sat 14 Mar France KO 20:00 GMT Ireland

    2021

    Round 1
    Sat 06 Feb Italy KO 14:15 GMT France
    Sat 06 Feb England KO 16:45 GMT Scotland
    Sun 07 Feb Wales KO 15:00 GMT Ireland

    Round 2
    Sat 13 Feb England KO 14:15 GMT Italy
    Sat 13 Feb Scotland KO 16:45 GMT Wales
    Sun 14 Feb Ireland KO 15:00 GMT France

    Round 3
    Sat 27 Feb Italy KO 14:15 GMT Ireland
    Sat 27 Feb Wales KO 16:45 GMT England
    Sun 28 Feb France KO 15:00 GMT Scotland

    Round 4
    Sat 13 Mar Italy KO 14:15 GMT Wales
    Sat 13 Mar England KO 16:45 GMT France
    Sun 14 Mar Scotland KO 15:00 GMT Ireland

    Round 5
    Sat 20 Mar Scotland KO 14:15 GMT Italy
    Sat 20 Mar Ireland KO 16:45 GMT England
    Sat 20 Mar France KO 20:00 GMT Wales

    #2
    No Friday games, 8pm kick offs for the final game on the final day and re World Rugby's plans for the Nations Cup etc - the shop is closed to the likes of Georgia till 2022 at the earliest.

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      #3
      That might be a heck of a night in Paris if we needed a win there for a slam....

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        #4
        The year after the last 2 World cups, i.e. 2008 & 2012, Wales have won the grand slam.. :_confused__rvmp_by_
        He was as lame as a duck. Not the metaphorical lame duck either, but a real duck that was actually lame. Maybe from stepping on a land mine or something.

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          #5
          There was a World Cup in 2015 too!
          "There are a lot of points that we’ve left behind and this is with a young group. That probably tells you what they’re capable of and that they’re a very good side.

          Probably next year or the year after next they will take some stopping"

          Anthony Foley, May 2016. Axel RIP

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