international autumn window targeted by World Rugby. Six matches with a peak, very quickly, this famous late match of the last Six Nations Tournament against Ireland, at the Stade de France. In the event of success and a utopian misstep of the English in Italy, the fifteen tricolor could indeed win the event and thus validate its passage to a much more laughing and exciting era. read also Tournament results / ranking “The meeting against Ireland is identified as a very important split time for our season, coach Galthié confided in the columns of the regional daily South West. There will be a strong expectation. We should have welcomed South Africa and challenged the world champion. There, the objective will be to beat Ireland to win the tournament, knowing that the English will go to Italy. “ The meeting is scheduled to be played on October 31. Behind, the Blues will observe a weekend of rest (7-8 November) before attacking a new competition whose outlines have largely filtered through the English media and have even been commented on by the French coach himself. A priori, even if nothing has yet been formalized, the event should bring together eight teams divided into two pools of four: the six of the Six Nations Tournament plus two invited, which should be Fiji and Japan, unless Georgia, which was initially due to face France on November 7, can’t tear off a last-minute jump seat. The Blues would find themselves poured into the most affordable pool with Scotland, Italy and Japan. While the other group would be made up of England, Ireland, Wales and Fiji. Each team would play three group matches during the last three weekends in November (14, 21 and 28) before ending the event with a classification match on the first weekend of December (5 or 6). The first of each group would compete to determine the final winner, as well as the two second, the two third, the two fourth. “Our hen is less difficult than the other, observed Galthié in South West. But we keep the impression of Japan left during the World Cup. In Scotland, it’s been twice that we move there and that we lose. “ So remains the first match, that of October 24, to be determined. Or not, for that matter. Because the LNR has apparently not given up the hope of convincing the FFR to leave this date free for the Top 14. And for good reason, considering that the slots chosen to challenge Ireland and compete in the new competition at eight are immutable, it is the only date which can really be negotiated. But the discussions promise to be tight. Because by proving the clubs right, the Fédé would deprive the French staff of a week of training and a capital preparation match before playing the “ big ” match of the fall against the Irish. The Blues would then have only one week to prepare for this shock of October 31, knowing that Ireland will have played a late first match of the Tournament against Italy a week earlier. Suffice to say that trend does not plead frankly in favor of clubs and the NRL. It would rather offer a European club as an aperitif to the fifteen tricolor. Wales would hold the rope. Unless Georgia … “data-reactid =” 19 “> The late match of the last Six Nations Tournament, against Ireland, will clearly be the most important of the fall program of the Blues. Six matches: except final rebound, so this is the menu that will be presented to Fabien Galthié’s Blues during the international autumn window targeted by World Rugby. Six matches with a peak, very quickly, this famous late match of the last Six Nations Tournament against Ireland, at the Stade de France. In the event of success and a utopian misstep of the English in Italy, the fifteen tricolor could indeed win the event and thus validate its passage to a much more laughing and exciting era. read also Tournament results / ranking “The meeting against Ireland is identified as a very important split time for our season, coach Galthié confided in the columns of the regional daily South West. There will be a strong expectation. We should have welcomed South Africa and challenged the world champion. There, the objective will be to beat Ireland to win the tournament, knowing that the English will go to Italy. “ The meeting is scheduled to be played on October 31. Behind, the Blues will observe a weekend of rest (7-8 November) before attacking a new competition whose outlines have largely filtered through the English media and have even been commented on by the French coach himself. A priori, even if nothing has yet been formalized, the event should bring together eight teams divided into two pools of four: the six of the Six Nations Tournament plus two invited, which should be Fiji and Japan, unless Georgia, which was initially due to face France on November 7, can’t tear off a last-minute jump seat. The Blues would find themselves poured into the most affordable pool with Scotland, Italy and Japan. While the other group would be made up of England, Ireland, Wales and Fiji. Each team would play three group matches during the last three weekends in November (14, 21 and 28) before ending the event with a classification match on the first weekend of December (5 or 6). The first of each group would compete to determine the final winner, as well as the two second, the two third, the two fourth. “Our hen is less difficult than the other, observed Galthié in South West. But we keep the impression of Japan left during the World Cup. In Scotland, it’s been twice that we move there and that we lose. “ So remains the first match, that of October 24, to be determined. Or not, for that matter. Because the LNR has apparently not given up the hope of convincing the FFR to leave this date free for the Top 14. And for good reason, considering that the slots chosen to challenge Ireland and compete in the new competition at eight are immutable, it is the only date which can really be negotiated. But the discussions promise to be tight. Because by proving the clubs right, the Fédé would deprive the French staff of a week of training and a capital preparation match before playing the “ big ” match of the fall against the Irish. The Blues would then have only one week to prepare for this shock of October 31, knowing that Ireland will have played a late first match of the Tournament against Italy a week earlier. Suffice to say that trend does not plead frankly in favor of clubs and the NRL. It would rather offer a European club as an aperitif to the fifteen tricolor. Wales would hold the rope. Unless Georgia …