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It will be a day to remember for Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones as the lock makes his 149th international appearance to break Richie McCaw’s record of Test appearances, with this being his 140th outing for his country on top of his nine Lions appearances. Wales fans will also look to debutant flanker Shane Lewis-Hughes, having been talked up by the skipper himself as one to watch for the future.
Scotland will be a significantly more dangerous proposition today though with the enigmatic Finn Russell back at fly-half after resolving his differences with head coach Gregor Townsend, with the Scots out to claim a rare away victory that could secure them a top-three finish in the Championship. Follow the live updates below.
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ENGLAND WIN SIX NATIONS
We’ve spoken to the England camp in Rome in the wake of their triumph, with the celebrations well underway after they were crowned Six Nations champions for the first time since 2017.
Having led England to his first major trophy as captain, Owen Farrell said: “It’s a massive achievement for us as a group to win the Guinness Six Nations in the strangest year and circumstances.
“We’ve worked really hard in training the past few weeks to get ready for the Italy game, we knew what we had to do and we kept our focus and got the result.
“This is a great group of players, we really think we can continue to get better and achieve more for England. We’re turning our attentions now to the Autumn Nations Cup, we want consistent success and we’re working hard to be better in each and every game.
“We know how difficult things are for everyone at home at the moment and we’ve been saying all through our training camps how we want to do our bit to make people smile. Hopefully we’ve done that today and we’ll do more of the same throughout the autumn.”