After two rounds of the Six Nations matches, France are top with nine points having won all their clashes and picked one bonus point1.
France started off their campaign impressively beating England 24-17. The Frenchmen then beat Italy 35-22 in the second match played over the weekend, scoring five tries to go top of the six Nations table. Teddy Thomas, Charles Ollivon, Grégory Alldritt, Romain Ntamack and Baptiste Serin were the try scorers for France.
Though France are on level points with Ireland, a point difference of 20 put them above the latter as they have scored 59 points and conceded 39.
Ireland on their part beat defending Champions Wales 24-14 on Saturday to move to nine points. They had beaten Scotland 19-12 on day one.
Wales find themselves third with five points having picked one win from the opening two matches. The World Cup semi-finalists beat Italy 41-0 in the opening game but fell to Ireland in the second match.
England who picked the first win over the weekend beating Scotland have also amassed five points and they sit fourth on the log after the two rounds.
Scotland are placed fifth with two points all coming from losing bonus points. Italy sit bottom with no points.