England v France: Rugby Union Poll

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England v France takes place on the evening of Saturday 26th February 2011, as the sides kick-off the next instalment in this fierce northern hemisphere rugby union rivalry at Twickenham Stadium at 17:00 GMT.

But who do you think will win this match?

Vote in The Global Herald poll below.

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Feel free to leave a comment below with your match predictions:who will score? What will the final score be?

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