The under 20 Six Nations enters the penultimate round of the competition with France in pole
position to take the title off of England.
This weekend’s action is particularly interesting with 6th placed Italy facing off against 3rd
placed Wales, Fourth placed Ireland facing off against 5th placed Scotland and a top of the
table clash between France and England.
A victory for any of the lower placed sides could see them move at least one spot up the table.
A win for France will secure them secure the u20s Six Nations title while a win for England could
open the competition giving any of the top 4, depending on other results, a chance of winning it.
Ireland host Scotland in the opening game of the weekend with with both sides looking to claim
only their second win of the competition.
Wales and Italy clash in the second match of the weekend. Italy have lost all three of their
matches this year picking up only a single losing bonus point. A win bonus point win could see
Wales move to top of the table of the table heading into the final round of action.
France have won all 3 of their games, 2 of which with bonus points, and are the only unbeaten
side the competition. England beat France 59-17 the last time they met but France won beat
England 41-17 they last time they met in France. A bonus point win for France will see them
only needing one log point from their final match to win the title.