Six Nations 2017: Fixtures, results, kick-off times, table, bonus points rules changes and TV times as England win championship
ENGLAND retained the Six Nations trophy with one game remaining after their dominant 61-21 triumph over Scotland.
Eddie Jones’ side picked up an 18th consecutive victory to secure back-to-back Six Nations Grand Slams, equalling New Zealand’s record-winning run.
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The Red Rose won the title with just 18 points as they cannot be caught by Ireland and France who are both on ten points.
And this is, of course, the last chance for players to impress Warren Gatland before he names his squad for the British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand.
Sat, Feb 4 – Scotland 27 Ireland 22 – MATCH REPORT – Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Sat, Feb 4 – England 19 France 16 – MATCH REPORT – Twickenham, London
Sun, Feb 5 – Italy 7 Wales 33 – MATCH REPORT – Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Sat, Feb 11 – Italy 10 Ireland 63 – MATCH REPORT Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Sat, Feb 11 – Wales 16 England 21 – MATCH REPORT – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Sun, Feb 12 – France 22 Scotland 16 – MATCH REPORT – Stade de France, Paris
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Sat, Feb 25 – Scotland 29 Wales 13 - MATCH REPORT – Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Sat, Feb 25 – Ireland 19 France 9 - MATCH REPORT – Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Sun, Feb 26 – England 36 Italy 16 - MATCH REPORT – Twickenham, London
Fri, Mar 10 – Wales 22 Ireland 9 - MATCH REPORT – Principality Stadium
Sat, Mar 11 – Italy 18 France 40 - MATCH REPORT – Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Sat, Mar 11 – England 61 Scotland 21 - MATCH REPORT – Twickenham, London
Sat, Mar 18 – Scotland vs Italy – Murrayfield, Edinburgh – 12.30pm kick off – BBC One (12.10pm)
Sat, Mar 18 – France vs Wales – Stade de France, Paris – 2.45pm kick off (GMT) – BBC One (2.25pm)
Sat, Mar 18 – Ireland vs England – Aviva Stadium, Dublin – 5pm kick off – ITV (4pm)
Note, not all TV coverage times are finalised
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- A team winning a game shall be awarded FOUR match points
- If the winning team score four tries or more in the process, FIVE match points
- If a team loses a match, they shall be awarded NO match points
- If a team loses a match by a margin of seven points or less, OR scores four tries, ONE match point
- If a team loses a match by a margin of seven points or less, AND scores four tries, TWO match points
- Teams that draw a match shall each be awarded two match points
- In a draw, any teams who score four or more tries shall be awarded a further match point - so THREE match points
- Grand Slam: A team that wins all five of its matches shall be awarded a further THREE match points
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