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Known as Le Crunch, this Anglo-Gallic rivalry dates back to 1906 at the Parc des Princes in Paris, the first home encounter coming a year later at Richmond Athletic Ground. At Twickenham it’s a contest fiercely fought and produces some sensational rugby.
The 2018 Championship saw France beat England and Italy, lose by a single point to Wales, blow a 10 point lead at Murrayfield and, had it not been for Jonny Sexton’s heroic drop goal, Les Bleus would have beaten Ireland in Paris too.
England will want to avenge their 2018 defeat at the Stade de France so expect a hard-fought contest that England will be determined to win.
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Le Crunch brings Les Bleus against Les Rosbifs! Two great teams, with no quarter asked or given. Having lost in Paris in the 2018 Championship, England will be battling for victory this time out. It’s also England’s first home game of the 2019 tournament and setting a precedent with a win would inspire players and fans.
England v France on home turf means a charged atmosphere, and supporters on the edge of their seats. With a home winning percentage of 66%, England may have history on their side, but they need a home crowd roaring them on. In return, you can expect flair and power in equal measure when these teams take to the field.
If you like confrontational rugby with plenty of tackles and tries, don’t miss this one!
From the vault
England v France | 55-35
21 March 2015
Records tumbled on the final weekend of the RBS 6 Nations in 2015 as England and France played out a classic at Twickenham with a massive 90 points scored.
Stuart Lancaster's England were just 6 points short of the 26 needed to deny Ireland the chance to retain the title - and it was a final weekend of games that will long be remembered.
The 55 points scored by England against France was their highest ever against Les Bleus. A brace of tries from Ben Youngs and Jack Nowell, plus scores from Anthony Watson, George Ford and Billy Vunipola saw England rack up a half century, while the visitors' total was only the second time in RBS 6 Nations history that a team had scored 30 points or more and lost.
England v France | 48-19
07 April 2001
England produced a breathtaking performance to beat France at Twickenham and set a new record against Les Bleus by winning 48-19.
At half-time it looked altogether different as France led 16-13 but England were a totally different side after the break scoring a fantastic 35 points.
Iain Balshaw, Mike Catt, Phil Greening, Will Greenwood, Richard Hill and Matt Perry all touched down for in a brilliant 40 minute showing.
But it was the performance of Jonny Wilkinson that particularly impressed. He pulled the strings in attack, was involved in everything that was good about Woodward's side and also kicked 18 points.
His performance announced the young Englishman as a truly world-class player, while England's ruthless performance after the break demonstrated their ability to once again soundly beat the best teams.
Take a look at this great try from Mike Catt as England piled on the pressure.