England and Scotland asked to explain pre-match scuffle

England and Scotland asked to explain pre-match scuffle

England and Scotland asked to explain pre-match scuffle

A disciplinary hearing will be convened before a Six Nations Disciplinary Committee on Wednesday, while Hughes has avoided sanction.

"Six Nations Rugby will be writing to the unions to request clarification on what happened in the tunnel", a Six Nations spokesperson said on Sunday.

According to reports, Farrell did not instigate the incident but both teams have been asked to explain the incident.

A awful first-half performance from England in which they conceded three tries left them a mountain to climb as they trailed 22-6 at the break, and despite improving throughout the second half at Murrayfield, they were always going to come off second best due to the biggest half-time deficit they've ever conceded to the Scots.

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The Times understands that Farrell's defence is that he stepped in to assist George Ford, who was the target of verbal abuse by Wilson as players from both teams walked down the narrow tunnel after the pre-match warm-up. We got beaten at the breakdown and we've got to find out why.

It was a similar story for Ladbrokes traders, where Alex Apati said: "We clawed back some money on England's defeat in the Six Nations- bittersweet I know, but England were well backed a short price of around 2/7". The RFU declined to comment and England head coach Eddie Jones said he did not see the incident. Scotland were too good for us.

The incident didn't derail the Scots' preparations, however, and Gregor Townsend's side claimed the Calcutta Cup in dramatic fashion with a 25-13 victory over England at Murrayfield, crushing the visitors' hopes of winning the Grand Slam.

"We've got to take our medicine and learn".

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