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Six Nations: France v Ireland called off but Wales v Scotland will go ahead - MW

France against Ireland has become the last Six Nations game to be postponed due to the coronavirus epidemic, but tournament organizers have confirmed that Wales against Scotland will be ahead.

French Sports Minister Roxana Maracineanu announced Monday that the final match of the Les Bleus tournament, which was to be held in Paris on Saturday evening, has been canceled.

France against Ireland is the second match in the last round of the Six Nations match this weekend to be postponed after Italy's postponement against England last week. Maracineanu did not specify a new date for the French match, and the Six Nations organizers later said there would be no immediate notice to reschedule the games.

Wales vs Scotland is the only match in the final tournament of the men's men's tournament scheduled to take place on Saturday.

A Six Nations statement said: Following instructions from the French authorities, it was decided to postpone the Guinness match of the 5th day between France and Ireland. We are still awaiting confirmation of the Women's and U20 matches.

Wales matches against Scotland Guinness Six Nations and U20s Six Nations will take place as scheduled.

However, the Welsh and Scottish women have been postponed, seven members of the Scottish team have isolated after a diagnosis of COVID-19 was diagnosed before the match against France ended last weekend. It has been postponed.

The Six Nations declaration continues: Six Six Nations and its foundations and associations will work closely together to determine the date on which all the postponed matches will take place. No immediate notice will be given regarding the schedule postponement as we will need to discuss with all stakeholders and assess the situation.

Rugby Union Executive Director Bill Sweeney had previously said that Wales vs Scotland will leave before speaking to the media when he leaves a meeting of the Department of Culture, Communications and Sports in London.

Sweeney said there was no medical reason to cancel games or play them behind closed doors when everything was still.

It's a great meeting - start the conversation between you. There is no medical reason to cancel events or play them behind closed doors, but it is clearly an emotional situation. transfer so let's continue talking and from there.

When asked if the match between Wales and the Six Nations of Scotland would take place this weekend, Sweeney added: I think it sounds good, I see no reason why it doesn't happen not. The basic message given today is to prevent the pigs from panicking, monitoring the situation and continuing as usual.


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