England assume the top position in the six nations championship league after two rounds of play, following a 44-8 thrashing of France at Twickenham on Saturday 9.
England have collected two bonus points, scored 76 points and have proved to be the meanest team conceding just 28 points so far.
Wales are second after picking two wins but failing to collect a bonus point. Wales narrowly saw off France 19-24 before handing Italy a 15-26 loss. That brings their scoring tally to 50, conceding 34 points.
After picking a win against Italy in the first round, Scotland had to settle for a loss when they hosted Ireland, the defending champions at BT Murrayfield leaving them third, one point ahead of Ireland who come fourth with four points.
France have one point, have scored 27 while conceding a massive 68 points in the two games while Italy close the six nations log having not collected a single point so far.
The #GuinnessSixNations table after two rounds.
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