When will the line-up for 6 Nations 2021 be unveiled?

Quand seront dévoilées les compositions pour le 6 Nations 2021 ?

The kickoff of the 6 Nations tournament will be given to Rome’s 16th Rome on Saturday. Ireland and Wales will take on England in Twickenham against Scotland before the end of the first day in Cardiff on Sunday. A special 2021 edition will take place In a very strict health bubble. There are no supporters in the stadiums or in training to encourage the players. No risks are taken before competing in the best possible conditions. Above all, the schedule must be respected. So the compositions will be announced this week with a certain calm. Then England’s first XV will be revealed Eddie Jones’ announcement will be scheduled for Thursday at 11 a.m. (GMT), I.e. 12 hours in France. An XV from France will be unveiled by Fabian Galtic on the same day exactly half an hour later.France’s XV – Carbonalo Jaliberto, replace Wakatawa: Which 3/4 to challenge Italy?Italy, who face the Blues, will also unveil the team on Thursday afternoon. A very young team as there are only four elements in the group selected by Franco Smith with more than 30 choices. Meanwhile, at 1pm in France, Scotland will announce the names of 15 owners and 8 replacements to challenge XV de la Rose. The Scots have not won the Kolkata Cup at Twickenham since 1983. However, no one has forgotten the crazy game that ended in a 31-0 defeat before a 38 draw. The Irish and Welsh will unveil their composition for this Celtic show in Cardiff on Friday at 1pm. At the sporting level, 2020 has been a very complicated year for Wales, who want to start with success in these countries. Especially since he has not lost in a home tournament match against Ireland since 2013.Replace first-row cross: France's 16th forward against Italy?Replace first-row cross: France’s 16th forward against Italy?

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  • England – Thursday, 12 p.m.
  • France – Thursday, 12:30 p.m.
  • Scotland – Thursday, 1 p.m.
  • Italy – Thursday afternoon
  • Ireland – Friday, 1 p.m.
  • Wales – Friday 1 p.m.

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