England lead the way with six players included followed by Ireland (4), France (2), Scotland (2) and the Welsh captain Sam Warburton.
15. Rob Kearney (Ireland)
Used his experience to nurse some of the Six Nations debutants into the game in Rome and ran the ball back with vigour to keep Ireland on the front foot and in possession.
14. Anthony Watson (England)
Watson is keeping a lot of talent players out of the England XV and fully justified his selection with a brilliantly taken try.
13. Mathieu Bastareaud (France)
The Toulon juggernaut constantly barrelled over the Scottish gainline to give Ireland plenty to ponder ahead of this weekend's encounter at the Aviva.
12. Luther Burrell (England)
Formed a potent partnership with Jonathan Joseph in the English midfield and played a big part in the Watson try.
11. Dougie Fife (Scotland)
Fife came off the bench to replace the stricken Tommy Seymour after 16 minutes and finished off a great move for the only try at the Stade de France.
10. George Ford (England)
There was a lot resting on Ford's young shoulders with Owen Farrell missing and he rose to the occasion with a tactically astute performance.
9. Conor Murray (Ireland)
Given that he has been out of action for the past four weeks, Murray was impressive and showed great tenacity for his try. A lot more to come from the Munster scrumhalf.
8. Bily Vunipola (England)
One of his best performances in an England shirt, Vunipola was electric with ball-in-hand and dynamic at the breakdown.
7. Sam Warburton (Wales)
The Welsh captain created a number of turnovers and slightly shaded his openside battle with Chris Robshaw.
6. James Haskell (England)
The Wasps flanker is a massive presence in the England back-row and his sheer size was too much for Wales at times.
5. Paul O'Connell (Ireland)
The Limerick man coordinated a dominant set-piece and a number of lineout steals helped keep the Italians at around 30pc possession.
4. Yoann Maestri (France)
A big ball carrier and used his size well at the breakdown, nullifying the effect of the Gray brothers for Scotland.
3. Mike Ross (Ireland)
There had been question marks over his selection ahead of Marty Moore but he marshalled an Irish front row which dominated the Italians.
2. Ross Ford (Scotland)
The Scottish front row caused France all sorts of problems and Ford was as solid as ever at the lineout.
1. Joe Marler (England)
Alex Corbisiero will have a job getting back into Stuart Lancaster's team on the evidence of Friday night.
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