Only France can still hold off Wales, the undefeated leader, having won the Six Nations tournament at the end of the 4th day, deadly to Scotland, beaten by Ireland (27-24) in the final moments in Edinburgh on Sunday.
The Welsh, the authors of the fourth success in four matches in Italy (48–7) on Saturday, will aim for a Grand Slam in France next Saturday (9am French). A draw or increased defeat without an offensive bonus on the French side would be enough for them to win the competition.
France, who were defeated in the final moments on Saturday in England (23-20), are 9 points behind Welsh in the standings, but still believe it will still be a game to play after their duel with the Welsh.
The Blues will face Scotland on 26 March. The match, originally to be held at Stade de France on 28 February, was postponed due to sixteenth coronovirus contamination in the French ranks.
On Sunday, Scotland still had a small chance to join the fight for the title but they were to dominate Claver’s XV. Instead, Stuart Hogg and his colleagues conceded a second straight home loss following the failure of Wales (25–24) on 13 February.
The Scots, who signed a performance in England (11-6) on the first day, however regained hope by raising the odds by fourteen points (from 10-24 to 24-24) for tests conducted by Huw Jones and Hamish Watson. took. .
But Irish captain and opener Jonathan Sexton gave the writer of 17 points in front of the baton, managing himself his fifth penalty with three minutes remaining.
Gregor Townsend’s men will host Italy on Saturday, before their final match in France. Ireland will face England on Saturday in Dublin.
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