Wales v France in Paris (6 Nations)
Italy v Scotland at Murrayfield (6 Nations)
Georgia v Spain in Madrid (REC 1A)
Romania v Russia in Russia (REC 1A)
Germany v Portugal in Lisbon (REC 1A)
Moldova v Netherlands in Amsterdam (REC 1B)
England v Ireland in Dublin (6 Nations)
It’s the England-Ireland clash on Sunday that is the talk across the rugby world. These two teams are ranked 1 and 2 in Europe and both are right up there in the world rankings as well. It will be enormous!
Elsewhere Wales and France will slug it out in Paris. Whoever loses will be out of any hopes of a 6 Nations Championship title. Italy and Scotland will again be clashing to sort out who may hold the wooden spoon at the end of the competition.
The Rugby Europe Championship continues with all teams playing on Saturday. Georgia were very sluggish against Portugal at home last weekend and will need to fire up against Spain away. The Spanish showed against Russia that they could be team on the rise. Romania will be too strong for Russia whilst the Germany-Portugal clash in Lisbon will be interesting.
The Netherlands showed last weekend that they are up to the standard required at REC 1B level in their two outings. Moldova are the favourites in this Division but are notoriously poor playing away. This could be another interesting encounter.