The 2020 edition of the Six Nations resumes this weekend after the first fallow week.
The action began in Rome, where Scotland got off the mark in terms of tries and wins with a 17-0 victory over Italy that included a superb individual score from captain Stuart Hogg at the Stadio Olimpico.
We then moved onto Saturday's main event in Cardiff, where rejuvenated France kept their hopes of a first Grand Slam since 2010 alive with a thrilling 27-23 triumph over Wales - a first in Cardiff for Les Bleus since 2010.
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Six Nations table
Fixtures and results
|Wales 42-0 Italy||Principality Stadium||Saturday 1 February||Report|
|Ireland 19-12 Scotland||Aviva Stadium||Saturday 1 February||Report|
|France 24-17 England||Stade de France||Sunday 2 February||Report|
|Ireland 24-14 Wales||Aviva Stadium||Saturday 8 February||Report|
|Scotland 6-13 England||BT Murrayfield||Saturday 8 February||Report|
|France 35-22 Italy||Stade de France||Sunday 9 February||Report|
|Italy 0-17 Scotland||Stadio Olimpico||Saturday 22 February||Report|
|Wales 23-27 France||Principality Stadium||Saturday 22 February||Report|
|England vs Ireland||Twickenham||Sunday 23 February||3pm, ITV|
|Ireland vs Italy||Aviva Stadium||Saturday 7 March||2:15pm, ITV|
|England vs Wales||Twickenham||Saturday 7 March||4:45pm, ITV|
|Scotland vs France||BT Murrayfield||Sunday 8 March||3pm, BBC|
|Wales vs Scotland||Principality Stadium||Saturday 14 March||2:15pm, BBC|
|Italy vs England||Stadio Olimpico||Saturday 14 March||4:45pm, ITV|
|France vs Ireland||Stade de France||Saturday 14 March||8pm, BBC|
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