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  1. I thought it was a really good interview from Sinckler. I would have probably taken him over Fagerson but I don't think there's that much in it. I expect Furlong and Porter to be the first choice tightheads but who knows. There will definitely be injuries between now and the end of the tour so he may end up going anyway.
  2. I think Henshaw will start at 13. He's the best centre in the squad and it's his best position. If that is the plan you can see why he's taking Bundee as they are a good pairing. On another note, he's picked 6 locks and 6 back rows. I'd say that means that one of the locks will almost certainly start the first test at 6. That could be Beirne, Lawes or Henderson. On current form you'd probably take Beirne. If Beirne is involved I doubt we'll see Watson in the 23.
  3. That's a good point, especially without Halfpenny. Although Murray can kick goals from his own half too.
  4. None of them should be there. Healy has been playing well but all the looseheads he's picked deserve it more and (apart from being the second best tighthead there) Porter can cover both sides of the scrum. Some strange picks. Daly, VDM and Price certainly. Surprised by Conan too. Good player but not even the best number 8 at Leinster imo.
  5. Nothing better than a maul and scrum fest in the wind and rain that finishes 3-0. Proper rugby.
  6. Absolutely. The play at the end was really stupid. Impossible to win the Championship so kick it out, take another win and move on.
  7. Wow. Great game again, brilliant tournament this year. France poor enough tonight but not helped by Barnes who had a poor game by his standards.
  8. France for me. They've probably been the best side this year. Don't think they'll get the points difference they need though. Especially in that weather.
  9. To be fair to England, this is a very talented Swiss group. I wouldn't be at all surprised if they get further than people expect.
  10. I saw that. Altogether very strange but that's that. I think that France need a BP win by 21 points or more on Friday night to take the title?
  11. No citing for Genge after. Very surprised by that.
  12. Didn't notice during the match, but Genge will end up in trouble for this:
  13. Unbelievable so far. Brilliant game.
  14. Great win for us. Beirne should have been MOTM but everyone played well today. Made up for CJ to go out on that note. Only frustrating thing is that we've been puke for 3 years. We have a decent squad and that performance needs to be the standard now.
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