In what has been a pulsating tournament so far the Six Nations draws to an end on Saturday with three intriguing match-ups and GIVEMEBET has you covered:
Italy v France – 12:30
Italy find themselves rooted to the bottom of the table with zero points, but the Azzuri have shown flashes of brilliance throughout.
Punctuated by leading Ireland at half-time and their cutting try against England at Twickenham. Discipline has cost them however and they are set to collect their 14th wooden spoon in 20 years.
France have looked world beaters in some phases of play with their first-half efforts against Wales and exploits with ball-in-hand. Organisation has been their downfall and only a late brace of tries prevented them suffering their biggest ever loss to Ireland last week.
France have travelled poorly this season and lack of motivation may well be a factor. Italy will be looking to prove their doubters wrong so back them +9.5 points on the handicap at 17/20.
Wales v Ireland – 14:30
This is the first of two potential Championship deciders on Saturday. Wales know a victory will wrap up the Grand Slam, a defeat, however, leaves the door open for both Ireland and England.
The Welsh have been solid throughout the tournament with a second half for the ages against France, a thoroughly deserved victory against England and a resilient effort to thwart the Scots' late charge, which leaves them on the cusp of another title.
Ireland have been less than convincing this tournament after a stellar 2018. Despite a humbling loss in the opener to England and a stumbling victory over the Italians, where they were second best for most of the contest, they still have a shot at the title so expect them to be ready for a physical battle.
The crowd will be loud and boisterous, creating a raucous atmosphere and you can fully expect the Welsh to capitalize on this advantage by leading at half-time and full-time available at 27/20.
England v Scotland – 17:00
If Ireland pull off a stunning victory over the Welsh, England will have the chance to claim glory and what better way to do it than at home against the Auld Enemy in the Calcutta Cup. The English have looked formidable at home this season running in over 100 points, albeit against far inferior opponents in France and Italy.
Scotland arrive on the back of a disappointing campaign and have only scored over 20 points once in the tournament. Despite their best efforts last week, they were not able to come back against the Welsh, but will do their best to spoil the party if England have a shot at the title.
Eddie Jones has caused a surprise by dropping last week's Man of the Match Joe Cokanasiga from the squad entirely, in preference of Jack Nowell who will be looking to make an impression, back him at 4/5 to score anytime.
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