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Six Nations: England pair tipped for more tries versus Italy

| 12.02.2015

Week one of the Six Nations threw up plenty of excitement and now Ladbrokes customers have the opportunity to profit from what promises to be another intriguing weekend of international rugby.

The bookmakers have released a series of special enhanced prices on gamweek two of the tournament and three of them stand out.

Anthony Watson and Jonathan Joseph to both score tries v Italy @ 4/1

Bath Rugby did England proud in Cardiff with man-of-the match George Ford conducting the orchestra from fly-half while club teammates Watson and Joseph landed crucial scores against Wales.

Both men retain their spots in an unchanged England side at Twickenham and if they can do the damage against Wales then Italy shouldn’t present too many problems.

England, Wales and Ireland to win @ 13/8

England beating Italy at home has all the hallmarks of a foregone conclusion. Meanwhile, Wales owe Warren Gatland a huge performance after their disappointing second-hlaf showing against England.

The Welsh have won the last seven Six Nations clashes over Scotland too, crushing them 51-3 on the final day of the 2014 edition at the Millennium Stadium.

Champions Ireland host bad travellers France at the Aviva Stadium and with Jonathan Sexton back a fly-half Joe Schmidt’s men should prevail.

Tommy Bowe and Alex Cuthbert both to score a try @ 14/1

Two of their nations’ greatest ever finishers look irresistible in this double as Ulster winger Bowe looks for his first score of the tournament, while Wales’ Cuthbert will be very eager to make up for his yellow card against England.

With 110 Six Nations points between these British Lions, backing both of them to go over in their respective matches looks a ripper.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Christian Crowther

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