The Breakdown EP86 with Three Red Kings & Sporting Limerick

After a disastrous start to the Six Nations for Joe Schmidt’s men, we look back on that 32-20 defeat at the hands of England.

With another full weekend of fixtures we preview each of the three games with Ireland looking to get back to winning ways against Scotland in Murrayfield.

On Saturday Italy welcome Wales to Rome while the clash between France and England takes place on Sunday.

We also look at Joe Schmidt’s team choice with Sean O’Brien returning to the side at flanker with the Leinster man announcing his move to London Irish earlier today.

Listen to the podcast in full below!

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