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Six Nations - round two

  • [substitution]Jake Ball comes on to make his Wales debut at 29-years-old, he replaces Andrew Coombs in the second row. Paul James on for Gethin Jenkins in the Welsh front row.
    2/8/2014 4:04:05 PM
  • 72 mins: Ireland claim their own line-out and drive the maul towards the Irish line before Wales manage to find the turnover. 
    2/8/2014 4:04:36 PM
  • [substitution]Great cheer for Rory Best as he departs the field. Sean Cronin on in his place. 
    2/8/2014 4:05:05 PM
  • 74 mins: Sexton puts his body on the line, put himself in the face of Roberts and forces the knock-on. The No 10 could well be in trouble but his sacrifice has won a penalty for the hosts. 
    2/8/2014 4:06:28 PM
  • [substitution]Johnny Sexton unable to continue, he is replaced by Paddy Jackson as Ireland prepare to put into the scrum. 
    2/8/2014 4:07:13 PM
  • 76 mins: Ireland racing through the phases as they charge forward but McFadden passes forward and Wales take the scrum put-in. 
    2/8/2014 4:08:44 PM
  • 78 mins: Wales attempt to switch direction but still they are swarmed by emerald green shirts. No way through for Wales and Ireland win the penalty as Wales fail to release. Excellent ruck work from O'Donnell. 
    2/8/2014 4:10:35 PM
  • 79 mins: Jackson drives the kick into the Welsh 22 and Ireland win the line-out and look to force the driving maul forward again. 
    2/8/2014 4:12:00 PM
  • [rugby-union]IRELAND 24-3 WALES
    The maul took more than 20 metres before Murray takes it out of the back and offloads to Jackson, who races over the line to add to Welsh woes. 
    2/8/2014 4:13:28 PM
  • [goal-rugby-league]IRELAND 26-3 WALES
    Jackson adds his own extras after a brief fracas. Williams went on late on Jackson after he had already touched down, there may well be retrospective action take on that one. 
    2/8/2014 4:14:52 PM
  • 80 mins: We're into added time and Wales are refusing to give up the fight as they drive on towards the Irish line but they lose possession. 
    2/8/2014 4:15:36 PM
  • 82 mins: Ireland not finished here. They race down field and continue to recycle through the phases. O'Mahony loses the ball at the breakdown however and Barnes calls time. 
    2/8/2014 4:16:31 PM
  • [full-time]IRELAND 26-3 WALES
    All over in Dublin and Ireland march on. Two from two for Joe Schmidt in his first ever 6 Nations campaign. Wales lacked discipline in the first half and it cost them. Johnny Sexton's kicking game allowed Ireland to dictate the run of the play throughout and the pack dominated at the breakdown and with set-pieces. Both tries came virtue of powerful driving mauls as Ireland make their best start to a 6 Nations campaign since 2009; they will all remember what happened that year, grand slam!
    2/8/2014 4:19:20 PM
  • [rugby-union]SCOTLAND 0-8 ENGLAND
    England drive the maul from the line-out before Care takes hold of the ball to find Burrell, who races through two defenders to touch down. Two tries in as many Test matches for Burrell. 
    2/8/2014 5:15:28 PM
  • [goal-rugby-league]SCOTLAND 0-10 ENGLAND
    Farrell gets his compass sorted and adds the extras with ease as England take a 10-point lead. 
    2/8/2014 5:16:20 PM
  • 17 mins: Another penalty miss from Laidlaw as Scotland squander the opportunity to get on the scoreboard. 
    2/8/2014 5:17:48 PM
  • 19 mins: Scotland struggling to even get close to the gain line and gift England another line-out which the visitors win and use quickly. 
    2/8/2014 5:18:55 PM
  • 20 mins: Unnecessary penalty conceded by Lamont and Farrell lines up the place-kick. 
    2/8/2014 5:19:29 PM
  • Owen Farrell: Has struggled for accuracy off the kicking tee so far

    2/8/2014 5:20:41 PM
  • 21 mins: Kickers really are struggling. Farrell misses from halfway into the Scotland half. All the kicks have been missed to the left so far, hooking them wide. 
    2/8/2014 5:20:58 PM
  • 22 mins: Farrell provides a neat pass for Burrell, but the racing centre knocks on and Scotland have the put-in at the scrum. Would be surprised if any pack in the world could compete on this surface. 
    2/8/2014 5:22:13 PM
  • 24 mins: On the second attempt, Laidlaw manages to get the ball into the scrum and the hosts win a penalty off the back of it. 
    2/8/2014 5:23:48 PM
  • 25 mins: Scotland take the line-out long and Denton races off the tail into contact as Scotland look to work through the phases in English territory. 
    2/8/2014 5:24:35 PM
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    2/8/2014 5:25:08 PM
  • May the forks be with you at Murrayfield...

    2/8/2014 5:26:06 PM
  • 26 mins: England take the line-out short on their own 22 and Care sends it high down the line. Great work from Robshaw to keep the ball in play and England look to work their way up field. 
    2/8/2014 5:26:07 PM
  • 28 mins: Farrell kicks to touch deep into the Scotland 22. Scotland throw goes straight to Care behind the line-out and England spread possession wide to May on the left. The winger dances inside but it is brought back for an England penalty. 
    2/8/2014 5:28:40 PM
  • [goal-rugby-league]SCOTLAND 0-13 ENGLAND
    Farrell slots this one home after an indifferent start from the kicking tee. England starting to look comfortable. 
    2/8/2014 5:29:31 PM
  • 30 mins: Aggressive line speed from Lawes as he comes up to make the tackle and force the knock-on. England scrum. 
    2/8/2014 5:30:57 PM
  • 31 mins: England successfully take their own line-out and race towards the Scotland 22 before Scotland manage to win the turnover. 
    2/8/2014 5:33:48 PM
  • 33 mins: Foot race between Lamont, Nowell and Burrell. It's won by Nowell as he slides on top of the ball, it was already out of play however and England get the line-out. 
    2/8/2014 5:35:06 PM
  • 35 mins: Scotland win a penalty and Weir kicks for touch. Again, Scotland surrender their own line-out and England race towards the halfway line.
    2/8/2014 5:36:19 PM
  • England's Luther Burrell with the opening try of the game at Murrayfield

    2/8/2014 5:37:24 PM
  • 36 mins: Weir kicks deep and high, Nowell circles underneath the ball before calling the mark and England restart. 
    2/8/2014 5:37:27 PM
  • 38 mins: Another penalty for England and a chance to gain territory and finish the half on a high. Farrell's kick does not go deep enough into Scotland territory but the England maul has been strong so far. 
    2/8/2014 5:39:06 PM
  • 39 mins: Care opts for the grubber through but Ford pounces on the ball and Scotland regain possession. 
    2/8/2014 5:40:04 PM
  • 40 mins: England win their 11th line-out and Farrell gets the break, he races through Scottish territory before offloading to Burrell. The England centre looked to in the clear but he is somehow held up on the line and England are unable to drive it over the line. 
    2/8/2014 5:42:04 PM
  • [half-time]SCOTLAND 0-13 ENGLAND
    Half-time in Edinburgh. England lead 13-0, ironically the same half-time scoreline from Dublin earlier this afternoon. Both kickers have struggled on a boggy Murrayfield turf but England have a comfortable lead. Danny Care's drop-goal get things underway before Luther Burrell crossed with an excellent try. Farrell managed to register five points from kicking tee.
    2/8/2014 5:44:42 PM
    Can Scotland find discipline and fight their way back into this one? Or will England continue drive their way over the gain line?
    2/8/2014 5:45:23 PM
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  • 2/8/2014 5:49:13 PM
  • England celebrate Luther Burrell's try. The visitors lead 13-0 at half time.

    2/8/2014 5:49:22 PM
  •  Players are starting to make their way back onto the field...Action imminent!
    2/8/2014 5:52:36 PM
  • Farrell kicks towards the Scottish pack to get the second half underway. 
    2/8/2014 5:53:04 PM
  • 41 mins: England, bar May, are donning fresh white strips. They won't be staying that way very long as England concede the first penalty of the second half. 
    2/8/2014 5:54:00 PM
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