Scotland and Wales start things off tomorrow in the 2.30pm game. Warburton is back for Wales, while Ryan Jones retains the captaincy. This could be a closer game than might have been predicted before the tournament started, but I'd favour Wales to win, notwithstanding Scott Johnson's comment that everyone should know how to play them by now.
Ireland take on France at 5.00pm, with France desparate for a win to stave off the prospect of the wooden spoon (not to mention a whitewash).
England host Italy on Sunday, in a game which should see a fairly comfortable win for the hosts. Just hope that the score is sufficiently low to increase the interest for the final weekend.
In other news, the Wales under 20s remain on course for a grand slam after confortably beating their Scottish counterparts tonight.
Finally, while not Six Nations related, London Welsh are deducted 5 points for fielding an illegible player and their former Team Manager is banned for life for allegedly fiddling the paperwork.