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Match: England vs Italy
Date: February 14 , 2016
Stadium: Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy
Competition: Six nations Rugby
Kickoff time: 14:00 (GMT)
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The national rugby union teams of England and Italy have been playing each other in Test rugby since 1991, and by February 2015, they had met in 21 test matches, all won by England.
Their first meeting was on 8 October 1991 in the 1991 Rugby World Cup, England won 36 – 6. England have played Italy three times in Rugby World Cups, once in a qualifier at Huddersfield. Italy’s inclusion into the Six Nations Championship in 2000 has ensured regular meetings between the sides.
England have dominated the matches between the sides despite some excellent, spirited displays by Italy, who have yet to register their first win or draw in the fixture.
There are three brand new skippers for this year’s Championship – that gets underway in ten days’ time on Saturday February 6 when France welcome Italy to the Stade de France – and they are all hookers.
Rory Best takes the armband for two-time defending champions Ireland after Paul O’Connell’s retirement, Eddie Jones’ England have Dylan Hartley at the helm and France under Guy Noves will be led by Guilhem Guirado.
Those three were joined by Scotland’s Greig Laidlaw, Wales’ Sam Warburton and Italy’s Sergio Parisse on Wednesday.
Best’s Ireland will be hoping to make history this year as the first ever team to win the Championship for three years in a row and the Ulster hooker is confident his side are up to the task.
“Whenever you come into the RBS 6 Nations camp for the first time you put everything that has happened with your club sides behind you,” he said.
“The provinces have not done as well in the Champions Cup this season, but I think once we get out there we’ll see that we’ve got a good mix of young players and more experienced guys, so we feel like we’ve got a good balance.
“Right across the board, you have to have a good squad to win things. We’ve done that in the past, and feel like we’ve got people who can come in if they have to and will be excited to do so.”
Ireland kick off their campaign by welcoming Wales to the Aviva Stadium on Sunday February 7 and Warren Gatland will be hoping for a clean bill of health from his Wales squad.
Long-term absentees Leigh Halfpenny, Rhys Webb and Scott Williams will miss out but after an injury-ravaged World Cup, but Warburton’s return from knee ankle ligament damage is a welcome boost.
“I was a little bit worried when I did the injury (in November), I just missed out on an operation which was good news,” said Warburton.
“I got back and played Calvisano last weekend, if there is an option to jump in again this weekend for the Blues and sharpen the tools that will be great.
“We were chucked in the deep end with injuries at the World Cup, it’s normal to have three or four. But it was great in that we played tough teams, in a hostile environment and came through OK.
“If they put in a good shift in World Cup, they can do it in Six Nations.”