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There's a reason you should never leave your seat until the final whistle of a Guinness Men's Six Nations match.

Some of the Championship's most memorable, nail-biting moments have played out with the 80-minute mark approaching. We've hand-picked some of them for you here:

France v England, 2014

A match that provided the perfect start to that year's Championship in terms of tension and entertainment, the final ten minutes of Le Crunch at the Stade de France was one to remember. England were down 16-3 after 20 minutes, only to bounce back in stirring fashion to lead in the closing stages. Do you remember what happened next?

England v Ireland, 2006

Ireland were seeking a second Triple Crown in as many years, while hosts England went into the match wounded following losses to Scotland and France. Fly-half Andy Goode looked like the man who would steer his side home from the tee with the clock getting away from Ireland. The Irish had other ideas...

France v Scotland, 2021

Could a 14-man Scotland clinch their first victory in Paris since 1999? Many might not have given Gregor Townsend's men a chance, but Scotland had all the motivation they needed in the build-up, and with Duhan van der Merwe on the wing, anything can happen.

England v Wales, 2022

Wales hadn't tasted victory at Twickenham in their four previous attempts, but the reigning champions were out to end that losing run. "The last five or six minutes I thought we were exceptional," said one of the teams' head coaches. We'll let you decide which one that was after watching this.