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Six Nations: BBC experts discuss who will win the title and other topics of conversation



This year, the Six Nations will be the 125th stage of the tournament in its various manifestations.
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Dates: February 1 – March 16
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The best teams in the northern hemisphere, filled with sporting cathedrals, millions of people from all over the world watch the game in the shadow of the autumn Rugby World Cup.

The scene is prepared for the spectacular Sixties of the 2019 Nations.

Wales is preparing to meet with France in Paris in the first match on Friday at 20:00 GMT – a match that you can watch live on BBC One – BBC experts predict a plot change this year.

Which match are you looking forward to most?

Former England striker Matt Dawson: France – Wales No one speaks about these two teams this Friday evening, and yet their compositions are very dangerous. If Wales chooses it, a title fight will be played on the cards in Cardiff against Ireland.

BBC rugby correspondent Chris Jones: When to start? Ireland vs England This is a very important match at the opening weekend. But Wales vs England The game in Cardiff is always special. This year, it will be held in the third round of action – in the center of the championship – and may even become a trial stage of the World Cup quarter-finals. Titanic.

In terms of atmosphere, travel support and history, it’s also not getting much better than Scotland vs Wales game in Murrayfield.

Former center of England Jeremy Guskot: It's so hard to choose because the results change the significance and weight of each match as the tournament starts. On paper, you look at three games that unite England, Ireland and Wales, but that can change.

Who will be the breakthrough star?

Aaron Wainwright just started playing rugby four years ago, previously playing youthful football in Cardiff City and Newport County

Jones: Scrum half Tomos williams say many of those in the know are in Wales and convincing evidence that the Six Nations could solve the Rice Webb World Cup saga.