France and England will square off in a potentially decisive 2018 Women’s Six Nations clash on Saturday evening and with more than 15,000 tickets already sold, a memorable atmosphere is guaranteed.
Stade des Alpes in Grenoble is the host stadium as two sides who have picked up a perfect 15 points from 15 in this year’s Championship do battle.
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As it stands, it is England who lead the way in the Women’s Six Nations standings, with a points difference of +122, while France are not far behind with a +104.
Both countries have been talking up the importance of the contest on social media all week, with the French Rugby Federation’s official Twitter account stating that Les Bleues are ready to defy the English:
Meanwhile, centre Camille Boudaud is counting down the hours until the games kicks off: “We’re in full preparation for Le Crunch! Three days to go until the event! We’ll see you on Saturday night at the Stade des Alpes.”
France have also been training alongside the French women’s sevens side in preparation for the key game in Grenoble:
But England do boast the Championship’s joint-top try-scorer in Ellie Kildunne, who has crossed the whitewash on four occasions.
And England Rugby have documented Kildunne and Danielle Waterman’s passion for rugby ahead of Le Crunch:
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