Ireland v England
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England stand on the verge of history with Eddie Jones' side one victory away from back-to-back Grand Slams and a record 19th consecutive Test win. With the Six Nations title defence safely in the bank, this is all about the side making the next step on their way to challenging New Zealand's status as the best side in the world.
The way in which Jones has transformed England from a team which flopped at their own World Cup to a winning machine has been nothing short of exceptional. The Australian has yet to taste defeat in charge of the side with England winning all 17 matches since his arrival at the end of 2015. His target is to win the 2019 World Cup and their form over the last year suggests the side are on track to be strong contenders.
England's performances in the opening three matches failed to convince but any questions were answered emphatically during their dominant 61-21 win over Scotland last weekend. Expectations of a tight contest were blown away early on as the hosts surged into the lead. Jonathan Joseph scored a hat-trick as seven tries from England equalled their biggest winning margin against Scotland.
The champions have made two changes from the side which demolished Scotland. Billy Vunipola is promoted from the bench, after his comeback from a knee injury, in place of Nathan Hughes. Anthony Watson is recalled to the wing with Jack Nowell among a strong list of replacements which are again likely to have a major impact during the second half.
Ireland came into the competition with high hopes but their problems away from home scuppered their chances after defeats in Scotland and most recently against Wales. The Irish were left frustrated after a strong defensive performance from Wales kept them out last weekend. Joe Schmidt's side were not sharp enough in attack and mistakes cost them as they were beaten 22-9 to end their title bid.
The hosts' hopes this weekend have been dealt a blow after influential scrum-half Conor Murray was ruled out of this game with a shoulder injury. His place in the side goes to Kieran Marmion but Ireland are undoubtedly weakened by Murray's absence. Jared Payne will come in at full-back with Rob Kearney also sidelined through injury.
England have enjoyed a strong recent record against Ireland having beaten them in six of the last seven meetings. The team have also won on two of their last three trips to Ireland and could not be in better shape heading into this final game of the Six Nations. This suggests the edge lies with the visitors and it is hard to bet against them.
Ireland will of course want to end the tournament on a high and are difficult to beat but England have so much confidence and form, in addition to incentives, as they bid for a historic win. The pressure on them could make their task harder but England were so impressive against Scotland and if they play anywhere near that level the hosts will struggle to stop them. England's last four wins over Ireland have all been by no more than 11 points and another narrow win is predicted at the Aviva Stadium this weekend.
Back England to win by 1-12 points at 2.6413/8
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