W6N: England In A League Of Their Own

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England is playing a different game than the competition.

England has dominated every team they’ve played in the Women’s Six Nations and snagged bonus points along the way.

Have you seen Sarah Bern?

Now, the Italians are the next underdog and they’ve surprisingly positioned themselves second in the table with a close victory over Ireland last weekend in Parma.

Can Italy be the David to the Mighty Goliath England? Because 0-3 Scotland certainly is not.

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Iffy Ireland

Ireland has underperformed in the Six Nations to this point and it’s too late to turn things around. 

They should have come away with a win over Italy, but they were outplayed in the second half in Parma. Before a record home crowd in Dublin the Irish disappointed against a powerful England team. 

Ireland has beaten the bottom team Scotland and now takes France at home and Wales in Cardiff. Wales can’t seem to put points on the board and France is predictable, but Ireland isn’t beating either forward pack. 

Frustrated France

The French wish they could have played England in the later rounds. They demolished Scotland and they’ll put a similar result on a silenced Ireland crowd. N’Diaye is the best forward in the Six Nations.

The France v Italy match in the final round will likely be a bruising battle for second place. For now, France's forwards will punish the Irish.

Why Wales?

Wales, why should anyone believe you can beat Scotland? This defense is awful.

You put up a grand total of 18 points in the tournament thus far. Go ahead and pick Wales as favorites if you want, but the Welsh have no attack and Scotland has the home crowd.

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