Six Nations 2019: How the championship has unfolded so far

Updated 1651 GMT (0051 HKT) March 9, 2019
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England secured its biggest ever victory over France in the Six Nations, outscoring Les Bleus six tries to one. Jonny May (right) grabbed three in the first half. Richard Heathcote/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Jonathan Davies captained Wales for the first time in Rome where his side saw off Italy with tries from Josh Adams and Owen Watkin. Michael Steele/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Jacob Stockdale celebrates his first try of the campaign and his team's first win after overcoming Scotland in a tight affair at Murrayfield. Stu Forster/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
England stunned Ireland, who only lost one Test match last year, in Dublin to round off the first weekend of Six Nations. Two tries from Henry Slade and one each from Jonny May and Elliot Daly handed the visitors a famous win. PAUL FAITH/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Scotland got its campaign off to a winning start with a convincing victory over Italy at Murrayfield. Wing Blair Kinghorn (pictured) scored three tries, the first Scotsman to do so in the Six Nations for 30 years. Stu Forster/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Despite leading 16-0 at halftime, France made a series of errors to cough up its lead to Wales in the opening game of the Six Nations. ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Wales moved within one win of the Grand Slam title after a hard-fought victory over Scotland. The hosts piled on the pressure in the second half but the Welsh defense managed to resist. Stu Forster/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images