Game between France and Ireland canceled

Game between France and Ireland canceled

Munich / Paris – The final match of the Six Nations tournament will begin with just one game.

The game between France and Ireland, which was originally scheduled for 9 pm on Saturday, has been postponed indefinitely by the six-nation committee.

The committee decided to do so as the French government banned events with more than 1,000 spectators on Sunday evening as a preventive measure due to coronovirus.

The weekend 31 October / April 1 is a possible alternate date. November traded.

Second rejection

Earlier, the match between Italy and England was canceled due to quarantine in northern Italy.

The only game so far will be between Wales and Scotland on Saturday from 3:00 pm (live and runade on ProSieben MAXX).

Between England and France, the distance is about winning the duel tournament. With 13 points, both teams are tied for first and second place in the table.

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