The Breakdown EP131: Ireland travel to Twickenham to face England

There is a Triple Crown at stake on Sunday for Ireland when they face England at Twickenham in the third round of the Six Nations.

Ireland have already accounted for Wales and Scotland and will be looking to take advantage of an England side who have flattered to deceive thus far in the competition.

However, it is only a short few months since England reached a world cup final, defeating a New Zealand team in the semi-finals who beat Ireland so easily in the quarters.

Ahead of the game, Tom Savage of Three Red Kings and Raffaele Rocca analyse the match ups with Savage feeling that ‘Ireland have the tools to trouble England’.

The Breakdown EP131: "Ireland have the tools to trouble England at HQ"

WATCH: This Sunday Ireland look to secure the Triple Crown against England in the Six Nations with Tom Savage of Three Red Kings and Raff Rocca previewing the clash.

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Friday, February 21, 2020

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