SIX NATIONS 2020 - The 6 Nations Tournament in 2020 rugby was halted last march due to risks related to the coronavirus. A match of the 4th day and all the meetings of the 5th day still to play but the timing of the end of the competition has not yet been established.Summary Classification Schedule and results TV Broadcast
[updated on may 22, 2020 at 15h20] The 6 nations Tournament in 2020 will know its epilogue before the end of the year ? What dates will take place the last few games ? These questions, which are agitating the world of rugby are still without a response, over two months after the judgment of the competition due to the spread of the coronavirus. Recall that a match of the fourth day (Ireland - Italy) and the three games of the fifth and last day have not yet been played (Wales - Scotland, Italy - England and France - Ireland). The organizers have said mid-may that they had "the firm intention to conclude the 6 Nations Tournament in 2020" and "to replay postponed games later in the year" but that the highest priority remained " the health and safety of players, associated personnel and of course the supporters." The press release also stated : "The current situation is changing and is evolving rapidly, with countries at different stages of the fight against the pandemic. We expect that it will still take a few weeks before the situation starts to fade and we can present recovery options, more definitive".
After winning his first three games in this 6 nations Tournament in 2020, the team of France of rugby has dropped in Scotland, on Sunday (28-17). This result, coupled with the victory of England face Wales, allows the XV of the Rose back to the level of Blue in the first place in the rankings. If the men of Fabien Galthié, therefore, have let slip the possibility of a Grand Slam, nothing is lost for them for the final victory. Everything will be decided in the last day, and, in particular, on the occasion of the match France - Ireland, which was scheduled for 14 march but has been postponed to a later date due to the spread of the coronavirus.the ranking of The 6 nations Tournament in 2020
The ranking of the 6 Nations Tournament is established in the following manner : the victory is worth 4 points, a draw 2 points and a defeat 0 points. Each of the six teams can also collect bonus points : 1 bonus point offensive if it scores at least four runs in the game, 1 bonus point defensive if he or she loses the encounter with the seven-point gap to the maximum. Finally, if one of the selection achieves the Grand Slam, it is granted an additional bonus of 3 points. In the event of a tie at the end of the tournament, the teams are ranked at the difference in points per game.
After winning his first three games in this 6 nations Tournament in 2020, the team of France of rugby has dropped in Scotland (28-17). This result, coupled with the victory of England face Wales, had allowed the XV of the Rose back to the level of Blue in the first place in the rankings. If men Fabien Galthié have let slip the possibility of a Grand Slam, nothing is lost for them for the final victory. Everything will be decided on the last day. The ranking of the Tournament of the Six Nations 2020 after the 4th day :
schedule and results
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The schedule of games of the 6 nations Tournament in 2020 is established on five days. Each team meets its opponents only once. For this edition 2020, the France moves on only two occasions (since it was moved three times in the past year).1st day - Saturday, February 1st, 2020 : Wales - Italy : 42-0 ; Ireland - Scotland : 19-12 ; Sunday, February 2 : France - England : 24-17 2nd day - Saturday, 8 February : Ireland - Wales : 24-14 ; Scotland - England : 6-13 ; Sunday 9 February : France - Italy : 35-22. in 3rd day - Saturday 22 February : Italy - Scotland : 0-17 ; Wales - France : 23-27 ; Sunday, February 23 : England - Ireland : 24-12. 4th day - Saturday, march 7 : Ireland - Italy : delayed ; England and Wales : 33-30 ; Sunday, march 8 : Scotland - France : 28-17. 5th day - Wales - Scotland, Italy - England and France - Ireland at 21h (initialemenr planned for 14 march but deferred to a later date due to the sanitary crisis). The program of TV broadcast Date Of Update: 22 May 2020, 09:57