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Six Nations 2020 will come to a conclusion on Saturday but who can still win the title? Here are the permutations for the final round of matches.

PUBLISHED: 08:14, Fri, Oct 30, 2020 | UPDATED: 08:14, Fri, Oct 30, 2020

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The fourth round of fixtures was finally completed last weekend as Ireland beat in Dublin. That result set up a mouth-watering finale as three teams set their sights on Six Nations glory.

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Who can still win the Six Nations?

Ireland, England and France are the three nations that could still win the Championship.

The Irish though, are the only team controlling their destiny.

Andy Farrell's side head to Paris to face France on Saturday, while England take on in .

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A bonus-point victory away to France will give Ireland an unassailable lead at the top of the Six Nations table.

If Ireland secure a win without the four-try bonus point, while England claim a five-point win in , then both teams would be level on 18 points.

The title would then come down to points difference, with the Irish currently 23 points better off than England.

If they end up level on both points and points difference, then Ireland hold a healthy advantage over England in the next deciding factor - tries scored (14 to 9).

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If England lose or draw against , then a win or a draw would ensure Farrell's side lift the trophy.

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