Wales’ trip to England on Saturday evening is the main event for this latest round of 2024 Six Nations fixtures and a supercomputer has identified who can be more confident at Twickenham.
The initial set of matches in this year’s Six Nations lived up to expectations, featuring Ireland’s impressive victory in France, England narrowly surpassing Italy, and Wales coming close to a remarkable comeback against Scotland.
Anticipate more excitement in the upcoming second round of fixtures, commencing at Murrayfield as France looks to bounce back against Scotland.
Simultaneously, the encounter between Wales and Twickenham is always significant, especially since Wales hasn’t secured a Six Nations win there since 2012. England, under Steve Borthwick, has faced challenges at home, and they aim for improvement after a less-than-convincing performance in Rome.
On Sunday, Ireland aims to continue their pursuit of consecutive Grand Slams when they face Italy. Despite a commendable effort by Gonzalo Quesada’s team in the opener, they have nothing to lose in Dublin.
A 2024 Six Nations supercomputer has tipped Steve Borthwick’s England to get the better of Wales when Warren Gatland’s men make the trip to Twickenham on Saturday evening.
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Sir Ian McGeechan Asked To Name His All-Time XV, He Said Only One ‘Unbelievable’ Player Is Guaranteed A Spot
Sir Ian McGeechan has unveiled his ultimate XV, omitting Paul O’Connell, David Campese, and Jonny Wilkinson from his lineup.
In his article for The Telegraph, the 74-year-old has chosen six New Zealanders, three Englishmen, two Welsh players, and one each from France, Scotland, and Ireland in his all-time greatest team.
Fullback: JPR Williams (Wales) – “Not a staggeringly original choice, I’ll admit. But to my mind the only one. If I’m going to be picking a dream XV then I want JPR at the back. No question, guarenteed starter.”
Left-wing: Jonah Lomu (New Zealand) – “Illness and injury ultimately slowed him down. But his performances at the 1995 World Cup, just as the game was turning professional, will never be forgotten. The game needed a superstar, and it got one in Lomu. He was brilliant for rugby.”
Right-wing: John Kirwan (New Zealand) – “He had an all round game; he could carry the ball through heavy traffic, he could offload, he was like an extra back-rower at times. Plus, he had natural effortless pace. He ended up scoring 35 tries for the All Blacks and was instrumental as they went through their unbeaten spell of games between 1987 and 1990.”
Outside-centre: Brian O’Driscoll (Ireland) – “His ability to get back on his feet after tackling to compete for the ball was extraordinary, and ensured he always had an impact on the game, whatever type of game it was. He was such a natural talent.”
Inside-centre: Philippe Sella (France) – “Sella and O’Driscoll were powerful men. They could stop a forward in his tracks. I think as a pair they would dominate any midfield and I like the thought of them together.”