|100%||Kick Percent Success||88%|
|23||Kicks From Hand||34|
|66% / 55%||Possession 1H/2H||34% / 45%|
|68% / 53%||Territory 1H/2H||32% / 47%|
|112 / 116 (96%)||Rucks Won||54 / 58 (93%)|
|3 / 4 (75%)||Mauls Won||5 / 5 (100%)|
|0||Total Free Kicks Conceded||1|
Six Nations champions Wales will begin their title defence against Ireland in the first round of the 2022 tournament while Scotland host England on the same day, organisers announced on Wednesday.
The Rugby Football Union (RFU) gave its backing to England head coach Eddie Jones on Tuesday following the team's fifth-placed finish in the Six Nations championship but made a series of recommendations to improve performance.
Scotland's Hamish Watson secured 35% of more than 125,000 votes cast by fans to claim the 2021 Six Nations player of the championship.
Wales head coach Wayne Pivac said on Saturday that he felt an overwhelming sense of relief at his side being crowned Six Nations champions nearly a week after their final game in which they lost to France on the final play.
France hand Wales the Six Nations title as Scotland triumph in Paris 27-23 for the first time since 1999.
As Scotland travel to France for the Six Nations title decider, Tom Hamilton explains why no team can breathe a sigh of relief, and will be watching the final nervously as rugby ticks along rapidly towards the 2023 World Cup.