England to continue Grand Slam march

Cardiff’s Principality Stadium has the hottest tickets in Week 3 of the Six Nations, with Wales and England unbeaten going into this highly-anticipated Test match.

The Red Rose have enjoyed a real renaissance as we head closer to the World Cup in Japan, and this should be another thrilling encounter in the heart of the Welsh capital.

Confident England will take some stopping

Following last year’s disappointing Six Nations from an England perspective, the Red Rose managed to build on some strong displays over the autumn internationals and are now on course for a Grand Slam that seemed so unlikely 12 months ago.

Returning stars like Billy Vunipola and Manu Tuilagi have given England a real lift and the rise to form of winger Jonny May is something to behold.

Warren Gatland’s side have flattered to deceive at times in this tournament and they will have to play at their very best to stop England on Saturday.

Eddie Jones’ side should get the job done this weekend and they are 1.50 to get the victory in Cardiff.

Injury-ravaged Scots set for French backlash

France can’t play as bad as they did against England last time out and they have a good chance to get back to winning ways against Scotland on Saturday.

Les Bleus were dreadful at Twickenham and head coach Jacques Brunel has finally gone back to playing players in their proper positions.

A full-strength Scotland would more than fancy their chances of picking up a first win in Paris in 20 years, however, Gregor Townsend has not been in the rugby gods’ good graces in recent months.

Finn Russell, Stuart Hogg, Huw Jones, WP Nel, Hamish Watson, John Barclay, Ryan Wilson and Duncan Taylor are just some of the players who are injured for this weekend.

With that in mind, it would take a monumental effort for Scotland to end their losing streak in Paris and the French at 1.40 might just be able to edge this one.