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Wales vs Scotland became the fourth game to be postponed in this season’s Six Nations due to the Coronavirus.
Ireland’s games against Italy and France had already been called off, in addition to England’s appointment with Italy in Rome.
No dates for rearranged games have yet been announced, although late October is thought to be an option.
Coronavirus and Sport:— Football Tweet (@Football__Tweet) March 13, 2020
⚽ Most Leagues suspended, Premier League to follow
🏀 NBA suspended
⛳ PGA and European tour suspended
🎾 Tennis tour suspended
🏒 NHL suspended
🏎 F1 Grand Prix cancelled
⛷ Ski World Cup postponed
🏉 Six Nations postponed
⚾ MLB postponed pic.twitter.com/hqrrJ8T8gF
2. The fumble
Even the best make mistakes
3. Finn on the drink
Before the opening round, star fly-half Finn Russell walked out of camp after a dispute with coach Gregor Townsend.
Initially, it seemed to be about what constituted a sufficient number of beers on a team social evening. It soon became clear that the rift ran deeper than that.
They’ve since began to rebuild bridges, but it seems like it will be a slow process.
Finn Russell agrees return to Scotland camp after Gregor Townsend talks https://t.co/kJ4sgl6CDV— #rugbyscotland 🏉🏴 (@RugbySco) March 4, 2020
4. Huge haymaker
France’s Mohamed Haouas, is sent off, for throwing a punch at, Scotland’s Jamie Ritchie, in their Six Nations game, at Murrayfield forcing them to play the remainder of the game, with 14 men.