TRU's Six Nations: XV of Round 4

Anthony Watson superbly finished England's first try against Wales

Despite the Italy v Ireland game being postponed, TRU picks the Team of the Round with England, Wales, Scotland and France all in action.

1. Rory Sutherland (Scotland) - Dealt with the attacking surges well at scrum-time, stepped up defensively against the French forwards in the tight.

2. Julien Marchand (France) - Stood out in the loose whilst most of the pack went missing, set-piece was solid, looking more and more like a nailed on starter.

3. Zander Fagerson (Scotland) - Along with his loosehead Zander, haulted the French scrum, hard as nails around the breakdown, hell of an effort.

4. Maro Itoje (England) - Using his physicality and power to disrupt the Welsh attack. Has had a spectacularly high level of consistency throughout the tournament.

5. George Kruis (England) - Likely to be his last England cap, and another brutal exhibition from the second rower, a tireless giant, will be difficult to replace.

6. Jamie Ritchie (Scotland) - Managed to work his way under French skin, abbrasive in all things attack and defense, still young and plenty to come.

7. Mark Wilson (England) - Brilliant to see Wilson putting in a huge shift for England, as dogged and dynamic as you'd expect. Tip of the cap to Justin Tipruic.

8. Grégory Alldritt (France) - Carried the ball impressively, skillful in all areas of attack, proving to be a crucial cog in the French machine. Nod to Ben Curry.

9. Ben Youngs (England) - Back to form of old, racing around the park, accurate box kicking, on his 99th cap he left the field with a MOTM performance.

10. Dan Biggar (Wales) - Although he took a beating, his determination kept Wales in the game, never lost hope during the mjority of England's dominance.

11. Sean Maitland (Scotland) - Exactly what you want in a finisher on the wing, took his chances with 2 tries to his name, helping Scotland over the finishline.

12. Owen Farrell (England) - 100% with the boot and 15 points under his belt. Captained his side well, having kept his usually outspoken nature with the ref suppressed.

13. Manu Tuilagi (England) - Carrying hard as per, making gain line and tying up the Welsh defense, the red-card will taint his largely imposing display.

14. Anthony Watson (England) - Scored an amazing training ground move within the first 4 minutes, his footwork is magic to watch and defensively sound.

15. Stuart Hogg (Scotland) - Top of the 'overall metres made' chart, really growing in his captaincy role, attacking from everywhere and always providing a spark. Henry Slade also worth a shout.