# RBS Six Nations

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Italy-wide sporting suspension leaves Serie A title race in chaos
With all sporting activity in Italy shelved until 3 April at the earliest, Serie A has been left in chaos with Euro 2020 on the horizon.
Biggar and Liam Williams set to be fit for Wales' England clash
The experienced duo are expected to be fit for a daunting trip to Twickenham.
Finn Russell holds 'positive discussions' over Scotland return
The Racing 92 playmaker was disciplined for a ‘breach of team protocol’.
Henry Slade emerges as a Six Nations concern for England
An injury sustained last weekend is expected to sideline the Exeter Chiefs centre for up to two months.
Wales re-name entrance at Principality Stadium in honour of ex-coach Gatland
The main entrance into the ground will be called ‘Gatland’s Gate.’
World Rugby urges tier-one nations to be open-minded about global championship
Rugby’s tier-one nations should have the future of the sport in mind when they consider World Rugby’s proposed changes, says Brett Gosper.
'One bad half and now everyone's questioning' - Vunipola defends captain Farrell
Owen Farrell has come in for criticism since the draw with Scotland, but Billy Vunipola says it’s unwarranted.
Scarlets trio sign new contracts after Wales' impressive Grand Slam heroics
The Scarlets have signed up Wales trio Jonathan Davies, Ken Owens and Rob Evans to new deals.
Grand Slam winners Wales dominate Six Nations Player of the Championship shortlist
The six-man shortlist for the Six Nations’ Player of the Championship award features four Wales players and two from England.
Jones sees Twickenham collapse as 'a great lesson' for England
The hosts squandered a 31-point lead and needed a last-gasp try to snatch a draw against Scotland.
O'Shea insists Italy will hurt 'more than ever' after France defeat
The Azzurri once again ended their Six Nations campaign without a win.
Wales motivated to seize Grand Slam chance - Gatland
The Dragons can complete a Six Nations whitewash this weekend and head coach Gatland is pleased with his players’ attitude.
Final Six Nations start for Fofana among six France changes from Ireland defeat
The Clermont centre will start as the French look to sign off on a poor campaign with victory in Rome.
Warburton hails 'brilliant' Gatland for transforming Welsh rugby
Gatland has won three Six Nations titles, two Grand Slams and reached the semi-finals of the 2011 World Cup.
Fortune on Wales' side as Gatland's men march on towards 'dream'
Next Saturday in Cardiff should be tasty.
'No doubt' Welsh players distracted by merger talk, says Gatland
Warren Gatland has called for people to ‘take a breath’, and insists the proposed Welsh rugby restructure is region-led, not WRU-led.
Russell back in contention for Scotland but Hogg ruled out of Wales clash
The Glasgow fullback is still recovering from a shoulder injury sustained in a challenge by Peter O’Mahony.
Itoje, Robshaw and Joseph return to England squad
Itoje has been missing since England’s big win over Ireland, while Robshaw has played just four matches since returning in January.
Six Nations over for England lock Lawes
The Northampton second row will be out for four weeks with a calf injury.
Dropping Parra and Lopez nothing to do with their criticism of coaching, insists Brunel
The French head coach described the move as ‘a sporting choice’.
Injury from O'Mahony challenge rules Hogg out of Scotland's trip to France
Gregor Townsend has added six players to his squad ahead of Saturday’s game in Paris.
Wales won't be fazed by Eddie Jones' mind games, insists Neil Jenkins
It’s ramping up ahead of the game in Cardiff next weekend.
'We're playing the greatest Welsh side ever. We're going to have to be at our absolute best'
England may be top of the Six Nations table after two bonus-point wins, but Eddie Jones is wary of a Wales team that has won 11 straight.
'We definitely played some good rugby at times': Hat-trick hero May delighted as England hammer France
A hat-trick from Jonny May helped England to a second bonus-point victory in the Six Nations at Twickenham.
May's hat-trick helps hammer France as England move one step closer to Grand Slam
Eddie Jones’ men were 44-8 winners this afternoon, with wing May scoring three of his side’s six tries at Twickenham.
'I truly believe we can win the Six Nations,' says Scotland's Stuart Hogg
The full-back believes his side are on the path to ‘something incredibly special’.
Halfpenny, Davies and Williams set to miss Wales' Six Nations opener with France
Leigh Halfpenny has been all but ruled out of Wales’ first two games in this year’s Six Nations as he recovers from a concussion.
Townsend forced to call four new players into Scotland's Six Nations squad
Hamish Watson has dropped out with a hand injury.
Excellent business as Exeter tie England trio down to new deals
Jack Nowell, Henry Slade and Luke Cowan-Dickie have all signed fresh two-year deals with the Premiership club.
'This is the first game but there's an extra layer because it's Ireland'
Billy Vunipola says England are ‘quietly confident’ as they prepare for their opening Six Nations game in Dublin.
Vunipola backs Farrell to 'lead by example' in solo leadership role after Hartley absence
Billy Vunipola believes Owen Farrell can thrive as captain in the absence of Dylan Hartley during the Six Nations.
Scotland Six Nations squad includes seven uncapped players
Hookers David Cherry, Jake Kerr and Grant Stewart are among the uncapped players in Gregor Townsend’s selection.
Halfpenny to see specialist as headaches persist after November concussion
The Wales fullback was due to return against Cardiff Blues, but is ‘still picking up the odd issue’.
Wales flanker hopeful for World Cup after sustaining serious knee injury
It is feared Ellis Jenkins suffered anterior cruciate ligament damage against the Springboks last weekend.
Blow for Munster's European rivals as Nowell suffers 'significant hamstring tear'
Exeter will be without the England winger for a period of eight weeks.
Four men summoned to English court in relation to Eddie Jones abuse
British Transport Police have confirmed four men will appear in court on 16 May in relation to abuse aimed at England coach Eddie Jones.
Jones will enjoy challenge of reviving England, insists Gregan
England’s results have tailed off alarmingly, but George Gregan thinks they will soon be back to winning ways under Eddie Jones.
England lose two forwards for Twickenham showdown with Ireland
Nathan Hughes and Courtney Lawes have been ruled out of Saturday’s round five clash.
'Outstanding' Wales are not disrespecting Italy, insists O'Shea
Wales may have made 10 changes for the visit of Italy, but that is not a sign of disrespect according to Conor O’Shea.
England pair ruled out and captain Hartley doubtful for Six Nations clash with France
Wing Jack Nowell and openside Sam Underhill won’t feature in the penultimate game at the Stade de France this weekend.