The winner of the Six Nations title could yet be determined in France’s home match against Wales on Saturday.Fabien Galthie’s side play before Ireland, who will win the grand slam if they defeat England in Dublin.
However, if they lose later in the day, then Les Bleus could be champions.The following permutations are based on Ireland losing to England without securing a losing bonus point.
If France beat Wales without a bonus point, given to a team for scoring four or more tries, they will have to win the match by 21 points to win the title (based on current point difference).
However, if Les Bleus did win with a four-try bonus point, the trophy would be theirs.If Ireland lose to England but claim a losing bonus point (for being defeated by seven points or less) then France will have had to have beaten Wales with a bonus point and triumph by 21 points (based on current point difference) to snatch the title away from Andy Farrell’s men. Here is all you need to know about the fixture. When is France v Wales and what TV channel is it on? The match will kick-off at 2.45pm BST on Saturday 18 March.Read more on independent.co.uk