Next it's over to Twickenham for the 100th edition of Le Crunch as England host France.
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PREVIEW: The last time these two met – in the final game of the Six Nations – was as remarkable a game as the rivals have ever played, with the French scoring 35 points and still losing by 20.
This time the teams are a little more experimental, with England handing international debuts to Henry Slade, Sam Burgess, Calum Clark and Luke Cowan-Dickie.
France, surprisingly, have no new faces in their side, but that's partly because Philippe Saint-André has selected almost anyone eligible over the last four years.