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Open thread: how do you think Ireland will do against England today?

Ireland face a resurgent England at Twickenham in a much-anticipated St Patrick’s Day showdown.

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THE SIX NATIONS campaign will wrap up this evening after a busy day of rugby.

Barring some extremely weird twists, Wales will be crowned champions; they take on France at the Millennium Stadium.

Italy and Scotland meet in Rome with the loser the unhappy recipient of the tournament wooden spoon.

And in London, Ireland face a resurgent England at Twickenham in a much-anticipated St Patrick’s Day showdown (kick-off 5pm).

There’s been some big talk emanating from Carton House this week with the likes of Stephen Ferris saying England are ‘bad losers’ and in-form Rob Kearney insisting Declan Kidney’s outfit are better than their hosts this afternoon.

So, with Ireland a point behind the Stuart Lancaster’s young English side, how do you think Ireland will get on today?

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