NBC's Lyle and Corbisiero on the schedule for 2018
Which of these captains will be lifting the Six Nations trophy come March?
The Six Nations returns on Saturday in what looks like one of six nations triple crown 2018 most open championships in the history of the competition.
England will seek to make history, Scotland a first title since 1999, Ireland a return to silverware, Wales a title challenge, France a fresh start, and Italy a scalp or two.
Never in the history of the championship - since 1883 - has one nation won the title outright for three consecutive years.
Eddie Jones' England will get that opportunity.
Who will be next in line to lift the trophy?
England Eddie Jones and Dylan Hartley could lead England to a history-making campaign A Grand Slam in 2016 in Eddie Jones' maiden year in charge was followed by a successful defence of the title last year, albeit without the Slam.
However, with other nations delivering strong autumn campaigns and England's substantial injury list, the route to lifting the trophy on Super Saturday will not be an easy one.
England lifted the title last year, albeit after defeat in Dublin ruined their Grand Slam and world record hopes Ireland Joe Schmidt and Rory Best will seek consistency from a talented Ireland squad Following two years of underperformance, can Joe Schmidt's Ireland show the consistency needed to reclaim the Six Nations title in 2018?
For all six nations triple crown 2018 success Six nations triple crown 2018 has brought to Ireland in his four years six nations triple crown 2018 charge, two things he has yet to achieve are a victory at Twickenham and a Grand Slam.
Could they both be on the line come St Patrick's Day?
Gregor Townsend and John Barclay will hope Scotland's entertaining attacking play is enough to take mine, foxwoods debt 2018 good title Scotland have grown under the guidance of Gregor Townsend, but will they deliver under the pressure of growing expectations?
The bookies currently rate Scotland as third favourites behind Ireland and England to lift their first championship since 1999.
But substance rather than sentiment is responsible for shifting their market price.
Warren Gatland and Alun Wyn Jones must contend with a host of key injuries, but are always a force in Cardiff Decimated by injuries, Wales are hoping they can harness the European momentum of Scarlets and Cardiff Blues.
Warren Gatland raised a few eyebrows when he declared Wales as favourites to lift the Six Nations title.
It may well be that his reasoning is rooted in the European form of the regions.
France's new november 2018 plus Jacques Brunel and captain Guilhem Guirado must guide a young and inexperienced squad With a new coach and a young squad, can France find some winning momentum in 2018?
Newly-appointed France head coach Jacques Brunel has opted for a youthful squad as he tries to re-ignite Les Bleus for the 2018 Six Nations.
Under Guy Noves, France won just three of their 11 Tests in 2017 - all those six nations triple crown 2018 coming in the 2017 Six Nations.
A 3-0 series defeat in South Africa last June foreshadowed a poor autumn campaign that ended with a disappointing 23-23 draw with Japan, ultimately costing Noves his job.
Building some winning momentum will be crucial for them - and with three homes games, that is a real possibility - but they will need to hit the ground running against Ireland in the opening game and turn up for their round 4 clash against England.
Italy Conor O'Shea and Sergio Parisse will seek to pull off some shocks Competitive club performances in the PRO14 and the development work of Conor O'Shea cannot mask the challenges facing Italy six nations triple crown 2018 of this tournament.
The Azzurri have won just one match in their last 11 Tests and since entering the tournament in 2000, the Italians have finished bottom of the table 12 times.
They'll be targeting a scalp, but their form on the road has been terrible in this competition and they face many pundits' favourites England, in Rome for their opening game.
Extended Highlights: France 13-15 Ireland
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