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Six Nations table 2024: Latest standings and results

The 2024 Six Nations continued with a dramatic second round of fixtures.

The action began at Murrayfield, where Scotland were denied a famous win over France after last-gasp controversy over a try that was not given for the hosts with the final play of the game.

England were then back at Twickenham as they hosted old rivals Wales in the second Saturday fixture, squeezing through with a second successive narrow win following tries from Ben Earl and Fraser Dingwall and two George Ford penalties.

The second round of games concluded in Dublin on Sunday, where defending Grand Slam champions Ireland had no issues in cruising past Italy, who had showed encouraging signs of progress in their narrowest-ever defeat to England at the Stadio Olimpico last week.

Here are the latest Six Nations standings and results...

Six Nations 2024 table

Position

Team

P

W

D

L

PF

PA

PD

B

Pts

1

Ireland

2

2

0

0

74

17

+57

2

10

2

England

2

2

0

0

43

38

+5

0

8

3

Scotland

2

1

0

1

43

46

-3

1

5

4

France

2

1

0

1

37

54

-17

0

4

5

Wales

2

0

0

2

40

43

-3

3

3

6

Italy

2

0

0

2

24

63

-39

1

1

Fixtures and results

All kick-off times GMT

Round one

Friday, February 2

France 17-38 Ireland

Saturday, February 3

Italy 24-27 England

Wales 26-27 Scotland

Round two

Saturday, February 10

Scotland 16-20 France

England 16-14 Wales

Sunday, February 11

Ireland 36-0 Italy

Round three

Saturday, February 24

Ireland vs Wales (2:15pm, Aviva Stadium, ITV)

Scotland vs England (4:45pm, Murrayfield, BBC)

Sunday, February 25

France vs Italy (3pm, Decathlon Arena, ITV)

Round four

Saturday, March 9

Italy vs Scotland (2:15pm, Stadio Olimpico, ITV)

England vs Ireland (4:45pm, Twickenham, ITV)

Sunday, March 10

Wales vs France (3pm, Principality Stadium, BBC)

Round five

Saturday, March 16

Wales vs Italy (2:15pm, Principality Stadium, BBC)

Ireland vs Scotland (4:45pm, Aviva Stadium, ITV)

France vs England (8pm, Groupama Stadium, ITV)