Six Nations Restart

The Six Nations is primed to restart, and this article outlines the set up we've put in place to enjoy a seamless resumption of rugby.


By Edward Kerr
17th October
By Edward Kerr
17th October

The resumption of the Six Nations is nearly upon us, and I wanted to drop you a quick update on how we plan on managing the restart.

With the Ireland v Italy game rearranged for this coming Saturday 24th, it effectively allows us to have an (exceptionally) elongated round 4. With that in mind, we're going to proceed with the following:

Unlimited transfers are in place, and given the changes in squad personnel, I think it's better that we can all enjoy these final few matches without holes in our teams.

Your team selections (not your squads) have been reset to those you entered for round 4. This means those players you selected for round 4 who have already played in their fixture will be locked in, and you have unlimited transfers to modify those positions in which you have any Ireland and Italy players. It might also mean that you have players in your team who aren't in your squad, or vice-versa, but you will still be able to earn points for those players in your round 4 team.

Once round 5 opens, we're back to square one, and with unlimited transfers, you should be able to put a full team out for the final round.

Looking forward to getting back into it! Otherwise all the best as ever, stay safe, and stay awesome.

The Rugby Magazine

Filed under: Six Nations, The Scout
Written by: Edward Kerr
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