Update – 26/02/2016
We’re two games down and it’s so far, so good for England with maximum points collected and the highest points difference, +37. After scrapping their way past Scotland and bulldozing Italy, Eddie Jones’s team now face a stern test against an Ireland side that were pummelled into submission against France two weekends ago. In preparation of tomorrow’s fixtures, we’ve updated our wall chart with all the of the results so far. Click on the image below to download.
After the success of the SilverDoor Rugby World Cup 2015 wall chart, we decided to put together another handy table for you to keep track of all the 2016 Six Nations Championship action happening over the course of the next six weeks.
This year’s competition is being shown on the BBC and ITV, so we’ve even included a little indicator next to each fixture so you don’t accidentally tune in to a rerun of The Chase instead of the
recently recalled Chris Ashton Jonathan Joseph speeding over the try line (we hope).
To print out the wall chart, click on the image below to open a PDF version, then right-click and select print.
Also, if you’re heading to any of the games and would prefer to stay in the comfort of a serviced apartment, instead of being cooped up in a hotel for a night, then we’ve got a roundup of the closest available options.