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SCOTLAND v WALES (Saturday, 14:15)

Wales to win by 1-12 points

After winning a record-breaking 12 Tests in a row, it's hard to see Wales slipping up against an inconsistent Scotland side.

Nine of Wales’ wins have been by between one and 13 points, so expect them to grind out another narrow victory to keep their Grand Slam hopes alive.

No card in the game

These teams are yet to have a player sent to the sin bin in their first six games combined.

There also hasn't been a single card in the last three meetings between them, suggesting the referee ought to be in for a quiet afternoon.

Gareth Davies to score a try

Scotland have already conceded tries to two scrum-halves in Guglielmo Palazzani and Conor Murray.

Gareth Davies has touched down in both his Six Nations appearances against the Scots. He looks a great bet to do so again this weekend.


ENGLAND v ITALY (Saturday, 16:45)

England to win by over 29.5 points

England have won by 30 points or more in four of their last five matches against Italy.

Having already beaten France by 36 in their only game at Twickenham this year, they should at least ease the frustration of their defeat to Wales last time out.

Italy to score under 15.5 points

Italy have passed this mark four times in 19 Six Nations matches against England, and only once in the last 10.

Currently on the tournament's longest-ever losing streak, the Azzurri's confidence is at an all-time low.

Joe Cokanasiga to score a try

Cokanasiga scored in each of his two previous starts for England at the tail end of last year.

Considering Italy have conceded six tries to wingers in three matches so far this tournament, he's got a great chance of continuing that run.


IRELAND v FRANCE (Sunday, 15:00)

Ireland to win by 1-10 points

Ireland have won five of their last six against France and will surely make home advantage count on Sunday.

There have been fewer than 10 points between the sides in 10 of their last 11 meetings, so it’s bound to be tight.

Under 33.5 total points

Six of the last seven of those matches have fallen below this total, with the one exception when both sides were chasing the title in the final game of 2014.

Unders looks by far the more attractive option here.

Jacob Stockdale to score a try

France conceded two tries to George North on the opening weekend and three to Jonny May in their last away game.

Stockdale has scored two in his last two to take his record to 14 tries in 17 Tests. He will surely complete his Six Nations set on Sunday.


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