Brian Moore’s Full Contact Rugby: Rory Best on Ireland vs England, Sexton vs Farrell

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Ireland vs England is so often the definitive game of the Six Nations but as we head into the final round of fixtures for this years tournament both sides find themselves playing for pride rather than titles after indifferent campaigns so far.

England got themselves firmly back on track with a dogged win over tournament favourites France at Twickenham, meanwhile Ireland picked up a big win away to Scotland despite a late onslaught from Gregor Townsend’s side.

Joining Brian to discuss the weekends game and all things Six Nations is the former Ireland captain and British and Irish Lion, Rory Best.

The pair reflect on wins for both England and Ireland respectively and discuss the role that under fire captains Jonny Sexton and Owen Farrell could have this weekend.

We also hear from former Ospreys head coach Sean Holley who discusses Wales chances against the French as they look to secure the unlikeliest Grand Slam in history!

And there’s questions on memorable Ireland/England fixtures, tractors, and what to do with Italy following another trouncing

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