ROB WANTS ONE NATION FOR THE SIX
Daily Express|January 06, 2022
Baxter plan to save tournament
Alex Spink
ROB BAXTER says the Six Nations Championship should be switched to one country if the alternative is cancellation or playing games behind closed doors.

With 30 days before the tournament begins, it is uncertain whether crowds will be able to attend games outside England due to Covid restrictions.

Wales and Scotland face having to play their home games behind closed doors while attendances in France and Ireland are capped at 5,000. Organisers were yesterday discussing the options with Government officials across the six nations.

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