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Six Nations Grandstand

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Italy v England
England play their eagerly awaited first competitive match since becoming the first world champions from the northern hemisphere. Steve Rider is in the Stadio Flaminio in Rome to see how new captain Lawrence Dallaglio fares after taking over from Martin Johnson. The team will be keen to get their quest to become the first
England side to win two Grand Slams on the trot since off to a good start, but will the Italians cause a major upset against a side they have never beaten? Kick-off is at 3.00, with Nick Mullins and Brian Moore in the commentary box. BBCi: digital viewers can access via their TV handset highlights, match statistics and additional audio commentaries, plus an interactive forum following the game RT SHOP: The Official Rugby World Cup 2003 Review available on DVD for
£19.99 orvideo for £16.99. Call [number removed](weekdays 9am-5pm). Jill Douglas talks rugby: page 16
Danny Kelly on the Six Nations: p35

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Rider
Unknown: Captain Lawrence Dallaglio
Unknown: Martin Johnson.
Unknown: Nick Mullins
Unknown: Brian Moore
Talks: Jill Douglas
Unknown: Danny Kelly

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