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|Description||Sir Clive Woodward's guide to the Six Nations
are beset by injuries but they have enormous depth in their squad and still start the tournament as favourites, especially with three games at home. The pack will have an unfamiliar look but they need to build on the 2016 displays when they were excellent in parts but failed to deliver an 80 minute performance. If Anthony Watson is restored to full health on the wing and Jonathan Joseph is back to his best in the centre, I'm looking for the backs to take their attacking game up a level this season. I suspect may suffer their first loss under Eddie but they could still take a brutally contested tournament.I want to see Maro at blindside flanker where I believe, given time, he could almost transform that position with his athleticism. My only criticism to date is that I feel we haven't seen the best of him with the ball in hand.Everything points to Ireland being the main challengers to although this is the most open Six Nations in years. After that win over the All Blacks, the Irish have got their mojo back. They have replaced star players such as Brian O'Driscoll and Paul O'Connell and have unearthed a few gems in Tadh Furlong, Robbie Henshaw and CJ Stander. Conor Murray is playing the best rugby of his career and others such as Devan van cleef alhambra replica bracelet Toner and Josh van de Flier have stepped up to the plate. That opener at Murrayfield is so important, win that and they could be shooting for the Grand Slam in the final game against .My player to watch: Conor MurrayCONOR MURRAY Age: 27CAPS: 53POINT van cleef arpels bracelet replica S: 48A scrum half in his pomp, Murray has become the talismanic figure for both van cleef & arpels bracelet copy Munster and Ireland taking over from Paul O'Connell in that respect.I see no weaknesses in his game technically and although fiery and physical, he has that priceless ability to stay the right side of the law and keep his cool when under great pressure.Probable starting XV:R Kearney; Trimble, Ringrose, Henshaw, Zebo; Sexton, Murray; McGrath, Best, Furlong, Henderson, Toner, Stander, Van der Flier, Heaslip. They were strong in the autumn with wins over Argentina and Georgia and a good performance against Australia. Since then Glasgow, under the inspired coaching of Gregor Townsend, have raised the bar further. Glasgow's European doubles over Racing and Leicester demonstrated modern rugby at its best and their players will be buzzing and very energised. If the Scots can get off to a start against Ireland first up they can feature very prominently in this year's tournament.
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