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Jan 25, 2012:  "New coach Philippe Saint-André's no nonsense approach could reap rewards for the XV de France." Ian Moriarty assesses France's Six Nations prospects
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Jan 24, 2012:  "Ireland's safety-first attitude is undoubtedly influenced by the RWC seedings, based on ranking positions, which will be determined at the end of the year." Hugh Farrelly writes
Six Nations
Jan 24, 2012:  "Wales face what might be termed the 'Jamie Roberts Question' - can performances in the southern hemisphere be matched in the Six Nations back home?" Huw Richards writes
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Jan 18, 2012:  "After they have argued over the big men the selectors will take approximately 7 seconds to select the backline." Iain Morrison previews Scotland's Six Nations campaign
Numbers Game
Jan 13, 2012:  Does home advantage really lead to triumph in the Six Nations? The Numbers Game trawls the Statsguru archives to find out if the 16th man does pay dividends
England Rugby
Jan 12, 2012:  "Following the announcement of England's squad for the 2012 Six Nations, one major question remains unanswered - who will captain them?" Graham Jenkins writes
England Rugby
Jan 12, 2012:  Cricket and cycling chiefs will address the England squad in the coming weeks to offer an insight into their respective success stories - but what secrets will they reveal?
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Jan 12, 2012:  "Everything could fall apart for Wales because they are near the bottom of the league when it comes to wages." John Taylor believes these are worrying times for Wales
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Jan 11, 2012:  "England have embarked on a new era with the announcement of a youthful looking squad for their defence of the Six Nations crown." Graham Jenkins writes
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Jan 6, 2012:  "Lancaster's tenure may not stretch beyond the Six Nations but his impact will echo long after this year's battle." Graham Jenkins applauds England's bid to crack down
Scrum Sevens
Jan 5, 2012:  The wind of change is blowing through England - Scrum Sevens highlights some of the players set to freshen up their squad ahead of next month's Six Nations battle
Scrum Sevens
Dec 29, 2011:  With 2011 coming to a close, there will be a raft of New Year's Resolutions will be adopted. Scrum Sevens looks at a group of sides facing a potentially decisive 2012
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Dec 20, 2011:  "Harlequins' stunning win away to Toulouse in the Heineken Cup has had pundits pencilling in several of their Englishmen for Six Nations duty." Hugh Godwin writes
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Nov 22, 2011:  "Whoever steps out as England's new head coach needs to: (a) pick a style of play, (b) pick the players to play it and (c) pray they stay fit." Hugh Godwin writes
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Mar 20, 2011:  As the dust settles on another Six Nations, we select our Team of the Championship - which country dominates our selection?
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