Eight hours of rugby people. Eight hours of rugby... we're starting with Scotland v Italy (kick-off 2.30pm). Then there's what we're really interested in - Ireland v England (kick-off 5.00pm), and the there's France v Wales (Kick-off 7.45pm). To clarify, there's coverage from Murrayfield, the Aviva Stadium and the Stade de France, as this season's campaign concludes with England and Wales still in contention for the title on the final day. Neither Scotland nor Italy managed to record a victory in their first three fixtures, and while Scotland continued that poor run when suffering defeat to England last time out, the Italians recorded a shock 22-21 win over France. England go into today's match knowing that victory will give them a first Grand Slam since 2003, which was also clinched by beating Ireland in our Dublin. However, their recent record against the Irish leaves a lot to be desired, with just one win to show from their last seven meetings. Declan Kidney's men come into this encounter on the back of a 19-13 loss to Wales at the Millennium Stadium, which saw their record fall to two wins and two losses from their four fixtures. Wales will go into the final match knowing that victory by a wide enough margin could secure them a first Six Nations Championship since 2008, provided England lose to us...