Who is leading the way in the 2020 Six Nations, be sure to check out the up-to-date table of who is top of the pile

Six Nations Table 2020

The 2019 Rugby World Cup is in the history books and the top northern hemisphere teams have turned their attention to the 2020 Six Nations tournament.

So who is leading the way in this year’s championship?

Six Nations Table 2020

England sit top of the table on points difference ahead of France after four rounds of this year’s Six Nations – but Ireland have a game in hand as their match against Italy was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The fact France were unable to pick up a losing bonus point in their defeat by Scotland means they cannot win the title even if they beat Ireland in Paris on Saturday night.

With England’s and Ireland’s matches against Italy still to be rescheduled we don’t know when the winner of the 2020 Six Nations will be decided.

Here is the Six Nations table as it stands…

Six Nation Squad and Team News

To see who made the cut in each of the six squads, click on one of the links below.

England Six Nations Squad
Wales Six Nations Squad
Scotland Six Nations Squad
Ireland Six Nations Squad
France Six Nations Squad
Italy Six Nations Squad

Six Nations Table 2019

In 219 Wales topped the table with a Grand Slam win over Ireland. The victory ensured England came second in the final standings and earned Ireland a third-place finish. France, Scotland and Italy rounded off the table in 2019.

See the final table standings below:

Six Nation Fixtures Country by Country 

To take a look at the complete fixture list for each team click on one of the links below.

England Six Nation Fixtures
France Six Nation Fixtures
Ireland Six Nation Fixtures
Italy Six Nation Fixtures
Scotland Six Nation Fixtures
Wales Six Nation Fixtures

Related: Six Nations TV Coverage

Six Nations Table 2018

Ireland wrapped up the Six Nations title with a round to spare thanks to a bonus-point win over Scotland and secured a Grand Slam with a last-round win over England at Twickenham. That result, coupled with Wales’ win over France, saw England drop to fifth.

See the 2018 table below:

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