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Death. Taxes. And Italy finishing bottom of the Six Nations table. Yep, it’s that time of the year again.
The Six Nations 2022 promises to be a cracker with fans allowed back into stadiums after last year’s edition took place behind closed doors.
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Wales won four of their five fixtures to claim the Championship Trophy in 2021 but they’re without a number of key players as they bid to defend their title.
It’s shaping up to be a classic Six Nations and you can find all the information you need for this year’s tournament below.
Six Nations fixtures and kick-off times
Saturday February 5: Ireland 29-7 Wales
Saturday February 5: Scotland 20-17 England
Sunday February 6: France 37-10 Italy
Saturday February 12: Wales 20-17 Scotland
Saturday February 12: France 30-24 Ireland
Sunday February 13: Italy 0-33 England
Saturday February 26: Scotland 17-36 France
Saturday February 26: England 23-19 Wales
Sunday February 27: Ireland 57-6 Italy
Friday March 11: Wales 9-13 France
Saturday March 12: Italy 22-33 Scotland
Saturday March 12: England 15-32 Ireland
Saturday March 19: Wales v Italy (14:15)
Saturday March 19: Ireland v Scotland (16:45)
Saturday March 19: France v England (20:00)
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Six Nations odds
France finished second in last year’s Six Nations and are the favourites in Paddy Power’s Six Nations 2022 – Outright Betting market to go one better. A victory over England in Saturday’s final fixture will guarantee the Grand Slam.
Ireland have not won the Six Nations since 2018 but Andy Farrell boasts a deep squad packed with talent. The defeat to France in week two could prove to be key and the Irish need England to beat the French in the final fixture to stand a chance to lifting the trophy.
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