this weekends 6N games prediction

#2
codbutt said:
Wales 35 - England 19

France 28 - Scotland 10

Ireland 36 - Italy 10

any takers for a counter-prediction?
England won't score that many and France will score more. So

Wales 35 - England 12
France 48 - Scotland 10
Ireland 36 - Italy 18
 
#4
Based on last weekend's performances, I think it is likely to be a bit more like this:

Wales 43 - England 3

France 32 - Scotland 10

Ireland 25 - Italy 12
 
#6
Wales 25-England 13

France 28-Scotland 24

Ireland 35-Italy 10
 
#7
Wales to beat England comfortably by 10-15 points.
Ireland to beat Italy by more than fifteen points.
Scotland to beat France, due to fifteen points from the boot of Mossy...but no comfort involved.
 
#8
evertonluke said:
Wales 16 - England 20

France 42 - Scotland 10

Ireland 39 - Italy 12
Be nice to beat the sheep-shaggers, but after last Saturday's performance, I can't see it happening. They were pathetic.
 
#9
Mitchthebar said:
Be nice to beat the sheep-shaggers, but after last Saturday's performance, I can't see it happening. They were pathetic.
Yes, but Wales were playing with a little too much arrogance, reminiscent of England in 2004/5. It’s all well and good believing in the team, but they still failed to go after the ball on some occasions and that till trip them up, and if nothing else, England proved at the weekend that they were willing and able to capitalise on the mistakes of their opponent.
 
#10
Mitchthebar said:
evertonluke said:
Wales 16 - England 20

France 42 - Scotland 10

Ireland 39 - Italy 12
Be nice to beat the sheep-shaggers, but after last Saturday's performance, I can't see it happening. They were pathetic.
If we were playing southern hemesphire then I would agree. Think Six Nations produces some funny results and I still don't think Wales have the mental edge they should have considering how much better they have been than us recently. If England defend well and Johnson Beefs the pack up a bit,I think we may be able to bore them into submission and score a few late tries ourselves. :D
 
#11
DozyBint said:
Mitchthebar said:
Be nice to beat the sheep-shaggers, but after last Saturday's performance, I can't see it happening. They were pathetic.
Yes, but Wales were playing with a little too much arrogance, reminiscent of England in 2004/5. It’s all well and good believing in the team, but they still failed to go after the ball on some occasions and that till trip them up, and if nothing else, England proved at the weekend that they were willing and able to capitalise on the mistakes of their opponent.
Hardly a good game-plan though is it? Don't worry chaps, we only have to wait for them to cock up, and we'll be quids in. What happens if they don't?
 
#12
Mitchthebar said:
Hardly a good game-plan though is it? Don't worry chaps, we only have to wait for them to cock up, and we'll be quids in. What happens if they don't?
Where did I say it was a good game plan (or even a game plan!)? I was just saying that Wales need to play better than they did at the weekend.
 
#13
DozyBint said:
Mitchthebar said:
Be nice to beat the sheep-shaggers, but after last Saturday's performance, I can't see it happening. They were pathetic.
Yes, but Wales were playing with a little too much arrogance, reminiscent of England in 2004/5. It’s all well and good believing in the team, but they still failed to go after the ball on some occasions and that till trip them up, and if nothing else, England proved at the weekend that they were willing and able to capitalise on the mistakes of their opponent.
aye, but i think the coaching staff noticed their slowdown in the second half
and will have shoved a rocket or two up various arrses on the team

cymru 37 lloegyr 3 :D
 
#14
DozyBint said:
Mitchthebar said:
Hardly a good game-plan though is it? Don't worry chaps, we only have to wait for them to cock up, and we'll be quids in. What happens if they don't?
Where did I say it was a good game plan (or even a game plan!)? I was just saying that Wales need to play better than they did at the weekend.
One of the commentators made the comment that all England had to do was wait for mistakes and then use them to their advantage. Luckily there were mistakes made, if there hadn't, we would have lost!!!
 
#15
nebapneb said:
aye, but i think the coaching staff noticed their slowdown in the second half
and will have shoved a rocket or two up various arrses on the team
Of that I have no doubt! Given Johnno's face during the game, I suspect there were a few busted ear-drums in the England team too!

nebapneb said:
cymru 37 lloegyr 3 :D
Ah, everyone loves an optimist! :D
 
#16
Mitchthebar said:
One of the commentators made the comment that all England had to do was wait for mistakes and then use them to their advantage. Luckily there were mistakes made, if there haddened, we would have lost!!!
Ah - I missed that - I was probably screeching at the TV at the time! :roll: :oops:
 
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#17
What's a "haddened"??

Right:

Wales 125 - England 0


ok - Wales 26 - Enlgand 14

France 31 - Scotland 10

Ireland 35 - Italy 6 (if they're lucky 7)
 
#18
PrinceAlbert said:
What's a "haddened"??

Right:

Wales 125 - England 0


ok - Wales 26 - Enlgand 14

France 31 - Scotland 10

Ireland 35 - Italy 6 (if they're lucky 7)
OOOOOPS ......... seems I tried to invent a new word. I meant HADN'T. :oops:
 
#19
In the war of words between the coaches before the game we have one clear winner....Gatland, who claims on the day before the match to know the England lineout calls. Whether he does or doesn't it's a masterstroke and makes MJ look an amateur in all senses of the word. England have already lost this game in their heads, confirmation of which should come later today.
 
#20
"AS LONG AS WE BEAT THE ENGLISH, WE DON'T CARE"
 

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