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Scarlets kept alive their hopes of making the play-offs courtesy of a deserved 43-21 win over the Cheetahs at Parc y Scarlets on Sunday.
Although Wales are the only unbeaten team left in the Six Nations, their captain, Alun Wyn Jones, wants them to keep their feet on the ground.
Stade produced an excellent display to boost their play-off hopes following an excellent 27-14 triumph over La Rochelle in the Top 14.
Cardiff returned to the victory trail in the PRO14 when they claimed a deserved 19-17 triumph over Edinburgh at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Wales took a giant step towards winning this year’s Six Nations title when they claimed a hard-fought 21-13 win over England in Cardiff.
Sale bounced back superbly from last weekend’s trouncing at the hands of Northampton Saints to overcome Wasps 24-18 at the Ricoh Arena.
France registered their first victory of this year’s Six Nations when they overcame Scotland 27-10 in an entertaining game in Paris on Saturday.
The Crusaders made it back-to-back derby victories to start the Super Rugby season as they outclassed the Hurricanes 38-22 in Christchurch.
Glasgow Warriors cut the gap on Munster atop the Conference A summit to one point after they thumped Connacht 43-17 at Scotstoun on Friday.
Gloucester made it successive Premiership wins and, in turn, helped their top-four ambitions following a 30-24 triumph over Saracens.
Italy will have to play out of their skin if they want to upset the apple cart and beat Ireland in their Six Nations fixture in Rome on Sunday.
Ireland have announced their team to face Italy in their Six Nations clash on Sunday, with Sean Cronin named at hooker for the game.
Italy head coach Conor O’Shea has made five alterations to his starting line-up for the Six Nations encounter with Ireland in Rome on Sunday.
Three PRO14 matches take place on Saturday with Edinburgh versus Cardiff the big game before Sunday sees Scarlets host the Cheetahs.
There are four Premiership games scheduled for Saturday, including Wasps against Sale, with one match concluding the round on Sunday.
Two teams who are in a state of uncertainty will open Round Three of the Six Nations as France and Scotland go head-to-head in Paris.
The Highlanders continued with their fine start to the season when they edged out the Reds 36-31 in a thrilling encounter in Dunedin on Friday.
The two remaining unbeaten teams in this year’s Six Nations will face off at the Principality Stadium on Saturday when Wales host England.
All Blacks and Chiefs playmaker Damian McKenzie is looking forward to getting onto the field against the Brumbies in Canberra this Saturday.
Check out the team line-ups ahead of Round Two of Super Rugby.