Week four of Six Nations tournament saw England retain the title with a 61-21 win over Scotland at Twickenham on Saturday while Wales and France enjoyed wins over Ireland and Italy respectively. We take a look at a few of the key points from the encounters.
England coach Eddie Jones has urged World Rugby officials to revise the rules on breakdown after Italy tried to capitalise on the loophole in the recently concluded Six Nations clash at Twickenham on Sunday.
The law that dems the ball is 'active' when a ruck isn't formed after a tackle is completed, as long as the defending side don't put any additional players into the ruck. This ultimately means that there is no offsideline.
England have just maintained their winning streak while Scotland continue to search for their first win in Paris since 1999 as the week two of the Six Nations concluded on Sunday. Here are few of the key points from the encounters.