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Top price bonanza as the 2016 Six Nations gets underway

| 06.02.2016

The weather may tell us it’s still winter, but spring is right around the corner and that means it’s time to buckle up for the latest dose of thrilling Six Nations action.

Europe’s six finest nations get underway this weekend, with France against Italy in Paris opening proceedings this afternoon.

Eddie Jones takes charge of favourites England for the first time when they head to Murrayfield to face tournament Dark Horses Scotland, before reigning champions Ireland look to being their quest for a third-straight title at home to Wales in Dublin on Sunday.

To celebrate the welcome return of one of sport’s best contests, Ladbrokes have been going all out this week with price boosts on the main contenders.

Today though, Ladbrokes will be TOP PRICE on ALL nations to win this year’s championship until France and Italy get underway at 2.25pm.

After varying levels of success in autumn’s World Cup, this year’s Six Nations is set-up to be a brilliantly open battle.

The last two tournaments have come down to points difference on the final day, and last year’s thrilling three-way shoot-out between England, Wales and eventual champions Ireland will live long in the memory.

England will be keen to impress under a new coach, Ireland are looking at making history, while Wales have recovered from their injury-ravaged World Cup.

Scotland could be a threat too, while France are looking for a first tournament victory since 2010, and don’t forget Italy, who have avoided the wooden spoon in three of the last four years.

There’s every reason this year’s tournament could just as enthralling, and Ladbrokes are really getting into the spirit of it with today’s top price offer.

Check out all our Six Nations markets right here.

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.