Finn Russell is a major doubt for Scotland's Six Nations clash with France on Saturday after he suffered a head injury playing for club side Racing 92.
While Jonny May was the hat-trick hero, it was the brilliant Owen Farrell who tore France apart at Twickenham as Eddie Jones' game plan kicked into another gear.
England made it two wins from two in this year's Six Nations with a resounding, six-try victory at Twickenham.
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England's Chris Ashton will make his first Six Nations start since 2013 as Eddie Jones named two changes to his side to face France at Twickenham on Sunday.
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Blair Kinghorn topped the point-scoring charts thanks to his hat-trick for Scotland -- but who else should you have picked in your Fantasy Rugby team? Here's the best XV of Week 1.
It was all going so well for France as they took a 16-0 lead into half-time. But a record-breaking comeback from Wales puts coach Warren Gatland on course to deliver on a bold prediction.
Wales fought back from 16-0 down at halftime to beat France 24-19 on Friday in a compelling opening Six Nations match, claiming their 10th win in a row.
This marks the start of the sport's biggest year, with the Rugby World Cup hovering later in the calendar.
It's literally hours away. The Six Nations, that is. France and Wales kick off the 2019 men's tournament in Paris on Friday evening.
It is now as easy to measure the countdown to the Six Nations in hours as in days, with the first match - France v Wales - kicking off in Paris on Friday evening.
Wales have handed a Six Nations debut to scrum-half Tomos Williams for the opening game against France in Paris on Friday.
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Johnny Sexton has joined Ireland's Six Nations training squad in Portugal while France forward Bernard Le Roux has been ruled out of the tournament with a knee injury.
France have named five uncapped players in their 31-man training squad for the Six Nations while Italy have called up former England youth player David Sisi.
- FRA6thTRIES SCORED 1st England : 10 Tries ScoredENG1st310
- FRA6thPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st England : 48 Points DifferenceENG1st-4148