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Six Nations 2019 with live results

01/23/2019
Graphic News

February 1-March 16, 2019 -- The Six Nations Championship is the northern hemisphere’s premier rugby union tournament, played each year between England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. Each team plays every other team over five rounds, a total of 15 matches, with home advantage alternating between seasons.

This Sportlive tournament guide includes live data that updates automatically. The standings table updates after matches. In between match days, the upcoming fixtures are shown, or you can view results of previous rounds.

On match days, live results are shown throughout each match, including a breakdown of tries, penalties, conversions, penalty tries and drop goals.

The team guide shows the kit, coach, captain and tournament records for each team.

Viewed on a mobile, the default view will be the standings table and latest fixtures. Just click on the arrow to see the team guide.

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