Stay up-to-date with the Six Nations table for the 2024 tournament

We’re now nearly through four rounds of this year’s tournament and the Six Nations table has taken a real twist. Ireland can no longer win the Grand Slam but are still in pole position to claim back-to-back championships after defeat to England at Twickenham.

Scotland’s chances, however, are all but over after they lost to Italy in Rome – the Azzurri’s first win in the Italian capital for 11 years.

Related: How to watch the 2024 Six Nations for free wherever you are

Here’s how the table looks right now ahead of Wales v France on Sunday.

Six Nations Table 2024

Here’s a reminder of how the bonus point system works – with no grand slam the bookies’ favourite this year, they could well become very important!

Six Nations Table 2023

Six Nations table


Six Nations Table 2022

France won the Grand Slam after making it five wins from five in the 2022 Six Nations.

There were a few nervy moments for the hosts at the Stade de France but they came through to beat England 25-13 and lift the title for the first time since 2010.

France topped the table with 25 points – you get an extra three for winning a Grand Slam – while Ireland were second on 21 after they beat Scotland 26-5 in Dublin. Hugo Keenan’s try-saving tackle on Stuart Hogg was a notable moment in that match.

England and Scotland finished level on ten points but Eddie Jones’s side finished in the top half of the table given their better points difference.

In Super Saturday’s other match, Italy stunned Wales 22-21 to end their losing run in the Six Nations. However, their first championship win was not enough to see them climb off the bottom of the table. They finished sixth with four points while Wales picked up seven across the tournament.

This is how the final 2022 Six Nations table looked…

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