Ireland thrashed Scotland 40-10 at Murrayfield today, ending any Welsh hopes of taking the Six Nations title for a third year and four and leaving it up to England to overturn a 26 points difference deficit when they play France at Twickenham to lift the title.
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The Irish started the game knowing they needed to win the game by at least 21 points and started off early, scoring a try after five minutes to settle a few nerves.
Half an hour in, with Ireland seemingly cruising to victory, Scotland tried to spoil the party and forced a try over to put a bit more doubt in the Shamrocks minds.
It was business as usual in the second half, with the game turning into more of a kicking game with little rugby breaking out, Payne ran over to reduce the points needed to one.
With eight minutes to go, Ireland got the breakthrough and went over again to seal a dominant victory which puts them in pole position for now. Over to you, England.