Sports & Recreation
Martyn Williams: I can't imagine Wales not winning
Round Four of the Six Nations ended with decisive victory for England at Twickenham, Wales taking one step closer to Grand Slam glory, and Ireland stepping it up against France who went AWOL again. With Brian Moore this week is the former England fly half Rob Andrew.
After England's resounding win over Italy Brian and Rob discuss the merits of having Ben Te'o, Manu Tuilagi, and Joe Cokanasiga all playing, Jamie George's 20 metre pass, and whether England have now over-kicked with the forwards getting involved too. Rob also states that this has not been a compelling tournament with only two matches being a contest.
Former Wales flanker Martyn Williams joins to discuss whether the Grand Slam will happen saying it will be an anticlimax if it doesn't and he believes Cardiff will be the difference come Saturday. They also put forward the importance of this being the last Six Nations match for both Warren Gatland and Joe Schmidt.
Speaking of Joe Schmidt, we get an Irish perspective from former prop Paul Wallace after their bonus point win over France. With many saying Ireland have their mojo back Paul is reluctant to agree as he remains concerned about their conversion rate.
As for Scotland they are once again ravaged by injury, but former Scotland back rower Ally Hogg is remaining positive about the tournament saying they can always muster something against the English.
We also speak with Nigel Owens about forward passes and TMOs, and Natasha "Mo" Hunt about the Women's Six Nations.
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