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“Uncapped teenager” – AI predicts the next five England captains

5. Finn Carnduff

A burgeoning talent on the England U20 roster, Finn Carnduff has burst onto the scene with Leicester Tigers. His recent Premiership debut against Harlequins followed by a starting appearance against Northampton Saints showcases his rapid progress.

Carnduff’s physical development, coupled with his ambitious aspiration to captain his country, caught the attention of AI. While his inclusion may seem audacious, Carnduff exhibits the qualities requisite for a future England skipper.

The AI’s predictions offer a fascinating glimpse into the potential future leaders of England Rugby, showcasing a blend of established stars and rising talents poised to leave their mark on the sport.

2025 Six Nations fixtures confirmed with England handed toughest possible start

England will kick off their 2025 Guinness Six Nations campaign with an away match at the Aviva Stadium against Ireland. 

Commenting on the 2025 Guinness Six Nations fixtures, Tom Harrison, CEO of Six Nations Rugby, said:

“The Guinness Men’s Six Nations is an appointment to view each year, delivering blockbuster entertainment for fans all over the world. The Championship never fails to deliver unpredictable excitement and experiences for fans to look forward to and then savour. 

“The announcement of the next instalment of fixtures is always keenly anticipated by fans, and with tickets now available for the 2025 fixtures, coupled with extensive broadcast coverage of the games, fans can already begin looking forward to what is in store as the action for the remaining rounds of this year’s Championship plays out.”

2025 Siz Nations Fixtures


  • Friday 31 January
    • France vs Wales – 8.15pm
  • Saturday 1 February
    • Scotland vs Italy – 2.15pm
    • Ireland vs England – 4.45pm
Jamison Gibson-Park of Ireland spins the ball out during the Autumn Nations Cup match between England and Ireland at Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, London on November 21 2020. – PHOTO: Phil Mingo/PPAUK


  • Saturday 8 February
    • Italy vs Wales – 2.15pm
    • England vs France – 4.45pm
  • Sunday 9 February
    • Scotland vs Ireland – 3pm


  • Saturday 22 February
    • Wales vs Ireland – 2.15pm
    • England vs Scotland – 4.45pm
  • Sunday 23 February
    • Italy vs France – 3pm


  • Saturday 8 March
    • Ireland vs France – 2.15pm
    • Scotland vs Wales – 4.45pm
  • Sunday 9 March
    • England vs Italy – 3pm
Ollie Lawrence of England is tackled by Tommaso Allan of Italy during the Six Nations Match between England and Italy at Twickenham, London on 12 Feb 2023 (Photo: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK


  • Saturday 15 March
    • Italy vs Ireland – 2.15pm
    • Wales vs England – 4.45pm
    • France vs Scotland – 8pm

AI predicts the next 20 Six Nations winners, Scotland finally win it

Groundbreaking AI technology has unveiled its jaw-dropping forecasts for the next two decades of Six Nations glory, and the results are nothing short of mind-blowing.

According to the cutting-edge predictions, England is poised to clinch victory in a staggering five out of the next 20 tournaments, while Scotland is primed for a historic triumph, marking their first title since their Five Nations conquest in 1999.

However, the road ahead seems daunting for Wales, as the AI oracle forecasts a prolonged wait until 2041 for their next taste of Six Nations glory.

Meanwhile, traditional powerhouses such as England, Ireland, and France are slated to dominate the competition, casting a shadow over Welsh aspirations.

Check out the next 20 Six Nations winner’s below.

2025: France

2026: Ireland

2027: England

2028: England

2029: Scotland

2030: France

2031: Ireland

2032: England

2033: Ireland

2034: France

2035: Ireland

2036: England

2037: Scotland

2038: France

2039: Ireland