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They range in style from tree fellers to hitmen to ball-and-all envelopers – but they all have one aim in common: to take their man down or out of the action.

They don’t have to be forwards – as anyone who saw former England fly-half Jonny Wilkinson in action will attest – but it’s no surprise my picks this year are forwards because that’s where most of the bish bash goes on, close to the breakdown where the big men lurk.England will hope to continue their march towards another Six Nations championship win on Saturday, as they get set to welcome Scotland to Twickenham.

This kid is a tackling machine who hardly ever misses his man – anyone carrying the ball into his channel is going down and he is so consistent that when he finally missed a tackle in this year’s Six Nations it was newsworthy, as he didn’t miss a single one in the 2016 tournament, making 58 with a 100% success rate.

So far this year, he’s made a tournament-high 52 tackles – including a phenomenal 26 in the opening win over Ireland – but two missed attempts mean he ‘only’ has a 96% success rate.

He’s not the biggest of hitters but he puts himself about to make the numbers and, still aged only 22, he has a long and potentially glorious future in the game ahead of him.

Eddie Jones’ side have won all three of their matches in the competition so far, picking up one bonus point along the way. In their last outing, they overcame some inventive tactics from bottom side Italy to eventually secure a 36-15 win.On Friday, Ireland will face a big test of their championship credentials when they visit face Wales at the Principality Stadium. Italy will host France in a battle of the bottom two on Saturday.Here’s the schedule in full for the penultimate round of fixtures, the key viewing details and a look ahead to the two huge games this weekend.

The first game of this season’s men’s Six Nations is Scotland against Ireland at Murrayfield on 4 February, followed by holders England against France at Twickenham on the same day.England won their first Grand Slam in 13 years in last season’s competition.John Feehan, chief executive of Six Nations said: “The drama and excitement of the last weekend of the Six Nations championship is unique and is, more often than not, driven by a number of teams on equal championship points all competing for first place on the table.”It is important for us to ensure that any bonus point system which is implemented would not, in any way, take away from this unique dynamic.

“At the same time, we are also conscious that we must reward try scoring and an attacking style of play that will Watch Six Nations Rugby Live deliver more tries and greater rewards for fans and players alike.”Bonus points will be awarded in a radical shake-up of next year’s Six Nations as tournament organisers seek to encourage teams to adopt a more attacking style of play.The new system, which will be introduced initially on a trial basis, will award four points for a win, rather than two, and five should the winners score four or more tries.Losing sides will receive a bonus point should they score four tries and another if they lose by less than seven points.A draw will now be worth two points, rather than one, with an extra point for teams scoring four or more tries. Any team winning all five matches would receive three extra points.

“We have been looking at the feasibility of a bonus point system for a while and examining what kind of bonus point system would work best, given the unique properties and format of our Championships,” Six Nations chairman Pat Whelan said.”We are happy that the system that we have decided to trial is the one best suited to our Championships and we are delighted to be going ahead with this new development,” he added in a statement.The new system, which will also be trialled in the women’s and the Under 20s Six Nations Championships, will be evaluated after the tournament.More often than not the Six Nations hinges on the final round of matches and chief executive John Feenan said any changes were designed not to interfere with the dramatic conclusions fans have become used to.

“The drama and excitement of the last weekend of the RBS 6 Nations Championship is unique and is, more often than not, driven by a number of teams on equal points all competing for first place on the table,” he said.”It is important for us to ensure that any bonus point system which is implemented would not, in any way, take away from this unique dynamic.”At the same time, we are also conscious that we must reward try scoring and an attacking style of play that will deliver more tries and greater rewards for fans and players alike.”Formerly the Home Nations and Five Nations Championships, the competition has been running for over 130 years, halted only for a space of nine years during two World Wars.

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Leading into the 2017 tournament, England will look to secure back-to-back titles in the competition that boasts a new points structure.The Six Nations is the successor to the Home Nations and Five Nations Championships.Created in 1883, the Home Nations Championship was the first international rugby union tournament, and was contested between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.France were added to the mix in 1910 to form the first Five Nations Championship, however they were expelled from the competition in 1932 following allegations of professionalism in the then-amateur game.Following the end of World War II, France were once again allowed to compete, reforming the Five Nations.

The competition remained largely the same until 2000, when Italy was introduced, creating the inaugural Six Nations Championship.England and France currently share the most Six Nations titles between them, with five each. The Roses, however, sit atop the all-time table having secured more Championship points in their five victories.England also lead the pack for most Five Nations titles, holding 17, closely followed by Wales with 15.The Six Nations Rugby Live  team that finishes the Championship in last place is said to be awarded the ‘Wooden Spoon’ – a place largely dominated by Italy over the past 16 years.If the Six Nations champion secures their title by winning all five of their games against opposing nations, they are deemed to have recorded a ‘Grand Slam’.

England once again come in at first place for most Grand Slam victories with 13, while Wales and France sit close behind at 11 and nine respectively.Each year, an additional title is contested between the four Home Unions (England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales).The team that defeats each of the other three Home Unions is deemed to have won the ‘Triple Crown’.The winner of this title is not always the Six Nations Champion in that particular year, as was seen in the 2014 Six Nations, when England won the Triple Crown, but lost the Championship to Ireland on points difference.England has secured 25 Triple Crown titles, more than any other Home Union – their most recent coming in 2016.Each team in the Championship plays the other five once per season, giving 15 matches in total.

Home advantages are in alternate seasons – IE. England will host France in 2017, as France hosted England the previous year.Over the past few years, a number of arguments have been put forward to allow different national sides to compete in the Six Nations.Currently, the organisers of the Championship are considering a promotion-relegation system in alignment with the second-tier Rugby Europe International Championships, whereby the Six Nations’ wooden spoon recipients swap places with the second-tier winners for the following season.This kind of system currently operates through the lower tiers of European Test rugby, with the winners of the third-tier European Trophy being promoted to the Championships.However, no official moves have been put in place to put this action into motion.

In 2017, the Six Nations will be changing the way in which the Championship’s points system works.For the first time, the tournament will introduce a bonus point system, in the hope of promoting attacking rugby and improving the spectacle of European rugby for spectators.Under the old system, teams were awarded two points for a win, one for a draw and zero for a loss.Now, the winning team will receive four points, with an additional point on offer for teams that score four tries or more, making five points the maximum total for each round.A draw will earn each team two points, and an additional point will be awarded for a side that scores four or more tries.

The Union that loses the Match shall be awarded no Match Points or (if it scores four tries or more in the process or loses by a margin of seven points or fewer) one Match Point or (if it scores four tries or more in the process and loses by a margin of seven points or fewer) two Match Points.Unions that draw a Match shall each be awarded two Match Points and any of them that scores four tries or more in the process shall be awarded a further one Match Point. A Union that wins all five of its Matches (a “Grand Slam”) shall be awarded a further three Match Points.

Pat Whelan, Chairman of the Six Nations Rugby 2017 Live  said: “We have been looking at the feasibility of a bonus point system for a while and examining what kind of bonus point system would work best, given the unique properties and format of our Championships.We needed to ensure that whatever bonus point system we selected would work with the already proven structure of the Championships and would serve to materially improve what is already there.We are happy that the system that we have decided to trial is the one best suited to our Championships and we are delighted to be going ahead with this new development.

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We believe that the initiative will enhance our competitions for fans, teams, broadcasters and all of those for whom the Championship means so much.John Feehan, Chief Executive of Six Nations said: “The drama and excitement of the last weekend of the RBS 6 Nations Championship is unique and is, more often than not, driven by a number of teams on equal Championship points all competing for first place on the table.It is important for us to ensure that any bonus point system which is implemented would not, in any way, take away from this unique dynamic.

At the same time, we are also conscious that we must reward try scoring and an attacking style of play that will deliver more tries and greater rewards for fans and players alike.We are very excited about the potential that this new development will bring to the Championships and we look forward to trialling it next February and March.The Six Nations has announced there will be a bonus-point system in the 2017 championship to “encourage and reward try scoring and attacking play”.

Last season it was two points for a win,Six Nations Rugby Live  but that will become four – plus a bonus point for four or more tries.A losing team could pick up two bonus points – one if they score four or more tries and another if they lose by fewer than seven points.A team that wins the Grand Slam – all five games – gets three extra points.Teams that draw will now get two points each with a similar bonus point available for high scoring.

The system – already used in the World Cup, English Premiership, Pro12 and the National Rugby Championship in Australia – will also be trialled in the the Women’s Six Nations and the Under 20s Six Nations championships.The first game of this season’s men’s Six Nations is Scotland against Ireland at Murrayfield on 4 February, followed by holders England against France at Twickenham on the same day.

England won their first Grand Slam in 13 years in last season’s competition John Feehan, chief executive of Six Nations said: “The drama and excitement of the last weekend of the Six Nations championship is unique and is, more often than not, driven by a number of teams on equal championship points all competing for first place on the table.

It is important for us to ensure that any bonus point system which is implemented would not, in any way, take away from this unique dynamic.At the same time, we are also conscious that we must reward try scoring and an attacking style of play that will deliver more tries and greater rewards for fans and players alike.”

Wayne Barnes, JP Doyle, Jérôme Garcès, Glen Jackson, John Lacey, Pascal Gauzere, Ben O’Keeffe, Nigel Owens, Jaco Peyper, and Mathieu Raynal have also been given matches for the year’s Championship.On ‘Super Saturday’, Gauzere will take charge of the opening match between Scotland and Italy at Murrayfield with Barnes looking Six Nations Rugby 2017 Live Stream after France v Wales. Garcès, also of France, will take charge of Ireland v England in Dublin, the last match of the 2017 Championship on Saturday, 18 March.

Poite and Garcès, along with England’s Barnes, have received two appointments each with a total of 12 referees involved.New Zealander O’Keeffe and France’s Raynal will make their Championship debuts when they take charge of Italy v France in Rome and England v Scotland in Twickenham, respectively, on 11 March.

O’Keeffe (27) refereed his first of three full  internationals in June of this year while Raynal already has 10 Tests under his belt, most recently in October when he took charge of the Ireland v New Zealand match in Chicago. The appointments were decided at a recent meeting of the World Rugby Match Officials Selection Committee.And with the Rugby World Cup still two-and-a-half years away, will it be time for some new faces to make their names as international stars?

England’s Maro Itoje was undoubtedly one of the break-out stars as Eddie Jones’ side romped to an impressive Grand Slam in 2016. Jones’ side continued to make progress with wins over South Africa and Fiji in the Autumn.But with Ireland beating the Kiwis for the first time ever (before the All Blacks got their revenge) and Canada, England will undoubtedly face some stiff competition.Scotland made Six Nations Rugby 2017 Live solid progress with a narrow defeat to Australia and a three-point win over Argentina.[source]