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Ireland no match for England in Twickenham: As it happened

  • It's father v son as Ireland boss Andy Farrell faces off against England captain Owen
  • An Irish win will clinch the Triple Crown in Farrell's first season in top job
  • Having already lost to France, England must win to keep their title hopes alive

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England's George Ford celebrates scoring their first try with Owen Farrell

England's George Ford celebrates scoring their first try with Owen Farrell

Ireland head coach Andy Farrell speaks with Conor Murray and Jonathan Sexton

Ireland head coach Andy Farrell speaks with Conor Murray and Jonathan Sexton

Rugby Union - Six Nations Championship - England v Ireland - Twickenham Stadium, London, Britain - February 23, 2020  Fans outside the stadium before the match   REUTERS/Hannah Mckay

Rugby Union - Six Nations Championship - England v Ireland - Twickenham Stadium, London, Britain - February 23, 2020 Fans outside the stadium before the match REUTERS/Hannah Mckay

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England's George Ford celebrates scoring their first try with Owen Farrell

Kick-off at Twickenham is 3pm

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