Andy Farrell and Steve Borthwick have difference in opinion on what went on at half-time... - Ruck

Andy Farrell and Steve Borthwick have difference in opinion on what went on at half-time…

The managers of Ireland and England had a brief disagreement before heading into the tunnel at halftime in Twickenham Stadium yesterday in West London.

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Following the game, both Andy Farrell and Steve Borthwick addressed the media and brushed off the incident with laughter, as reflected in their statements below.

It made for great viewing yesterday, two teams going hell for leather at it and not letting up an inch on each other. Fair play to England they kept going right to the end and deserved the win. Ireland weren’t fully at it yesterday and it’s fair to. say the Irish media were a bit cock.

Big game next weekend, where Ireland will hope to still win the Six Nations.

“Still a chance” – How England can win the 2024 Six Nations next weekend

Despite Ireland holding the advantage, thanks to their bonus points, the competition is far from decided, leaving room for various outcomes among the trio.

Next Saturday, all eyes will be on Dublin as Ireland hosts Scotland at 4:45 pm, while England faces off against France in a high-stakes clash kicking off at 8:00 pm.

For a comprehensive preview of the upcoming matches and insights into the pivotal England vs. Ireland showdown, Stephen Ferris provides an expert analysis.

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How Ireland Might Secure the Championship Despite a Loss

Even if Ireland falls to Scotland, there’s still a path to the Championship. If they manage to secure a losing bonus point along with a try bonus point, they’ll reach 18 points, making it impossible for any other team to surpass them.

Alternatively, if Ireland loses to Scotland but England fails to secure a win against France, Ireland would be on at least 16 points, with England only able to reach 14 points with a draw.

Even with just one bonus point from their match against Scotland and England winning in France without a bonus point, Ireland would still edge ahead with 17 points, leaving England on 16. This scenario would mark a historic first for a team not winning the most games in the Six Nations yet clinching the championship.