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All the team line-ups for Round 2 of the 2022 TikTok Women’s Six Nations

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The TikTok Women’s Six Nations takes centre stage once again this weekend and the all-important team line-ups have been released for the three Round 2 games.

France welcome Ireland in the opening match of the round as Les Bleues look to build on their impressive bonus-point victory over Italy in their Championship curtain-raiser.

Attention then turns to Cardiff where Wales host Scotland in Saturday’s other game, with the hosts on a high after their dramatic comeback victory against Ireland in Dublin.

And the action concludes in Parma where reigning champions England want to continue their winning streak after kicking off their defence in sensational style against Scotland.

All in all, it promises to be another enthralling weekend of TikTok Women’s Six Nations action and you can check out all the matchday team line-ups for all three games below.

FRANCE v IRELAND – 2 April 2022, Stade Ernest-Wallon – KO 2.15pm

Ireland v France

France have made seven changes to their side to take on Ireland in their TikTok Women’s Six Nations Round 2 clash in Toulouse – full team news here

Greg McWilliams has named an unchanged Ireland side to take on France in Round 2 of the TikTok Women’s Six Nations this weekend – full team news here

France: 15. Emilie Boulard, 14. Cyrielle Banet, 13. Maelle Filopon, 12. Gabrielle Vernier, 11. Melissande Llorens, 10, Caroline Drouin, 9. Laure Sansus; 1. Coco Lindelauf, 2. Laure Touye, 3. Clara Joyeux, 4. Madoussou Fall, 5. Audrey Forlani, 6. Axelle Berthomieu, 7. Gaëlle Hermet (c), 8 Romane Ménager

Replacements: 16. Celia Domain, 17 Annaelle Deshaye, 18. Assia Khalfaoui, 19. Celine Ferer, 20, Julie Annery, 21. Alexandra Chambon, 22. Jessy Tremouliere, 23. Chloé Jacquet

Ireland: 15. Eimear Considine, 14. Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe, 13. Eve Higgins, 12. Stacey Flood, 11. Lucy Mulhall, 10. Nicole Cronin, 9. Aoibheann Reilly; 1. Linda Djougang, 2. Neve Jones, 3. Katie O’Dwyer, 4. Nichola Fryday (c), 5. Sam Monaghan, 6. Dorothy Wall, 7. Edel McMahon, 8. Brittany Hogan

Replacements: 16. Emma Hooban, 17. Chloe Pearse, 18. Christy Haney, 19. Anna McGann , 20. Hannah O’Connor, 21. Kathryn Dane, 22. Enya Breen, 23. Beibhinn Parsons

WALES v SCOTLAND – 2 April 2022, Cardiff Arms Park – 4.45pm

Wales players celebrate after the game 26/3/2022

Wales coach Ioan Cunningham has named an unchanged 23 for his side’s TikTok Women’s Six Nations game against Scotland after the historic win against Ireland – full team news here

Centre Emma Orr is set for her Scotland debut in place of Hannah Smith in one of four changes made by Scotland head coach Bryan Easson to his team – full team news here

Wales: 15. Kayleigh Powell, 14. Lisa Neumann, 13. Hannah Jones, 12. Kerin Lake, 11. Jasmine Joyce, 10. Elinor Snowsill, 9. Keira Bevan; 1. Gwenllian Pyrs, 2. Carys Phillips, 3. Cerys Hale, 4. Natalia John, 5. Gwen Crabb, 6. Alisha Butchers, 7. Alex Callender, 8. Siwan Lillicrap

Replacements: 16. Kelsey Jones, 17. Cara Hope, 18. Donna Rose, 19. Sioned Harries, 20. Bethan Lewis, 21. Ffion Lewis, 22. Robyn Wilkins, 23. Sisilia Tuipulotu

Scotland: 15. Shona Campbell, 14. Rhona Lloyd, 13. Emma Orr, 12. Lisa Thomson, 11. Megan Gaffney, 10. Helen Nelson, 9. Jenny Maxwell; 1. Leah Bartlett, 2. Lana Skeldon, 3. Christine Belisle, 4. Emma Wassell, 5. Sarah Bonar, 6. Rachel Malcolm (c), 7. Evie Gallagher, 8. Jade Konkel

Replacements: 16. Jodie Rettie, 17. Panashe Muzambe, 18. Katie Dougan, 19. Lyndsay O’Donnell, 20. Louise McMillan, 21. Caity Mattinson, 22. Meryl Smith, 23. Coreen Grant

ITALY v ENGLAND – Sunday 3 April 2022, Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi – KO 3pm

England head coach Simon Middleton has made nine changes for his side’s TikTok Women’s Six Nations game against Italy after their impressive win over Scotland last week – full team news here

Andrea Di Gianmarco has made two changes for Italy from their defeat to France in Grenoble, with Veronica Madia starting at fly-half and Vittoria Ostuni Minuzzi at full-back – full team news here

Italy: 15 Vittoria Ostuni Minuzzi, 14 Aura Muzzo, 13 Michela Sillari, 12 Beatrice Rigoni, 11 Maria Magatti, 10 Veronica Madia, 9 Sofia Stefan, 8 Elisa Giordano (C), 7 Isabella Locatelli, 6 Francesca Sberna, 5 Giordana Duca, 4 Sara Tounesi, 3 Lucia Gai, 2 Melissa Bettoni, 1 Gaia Maris 

Replacements: 16 Vittoria Vecchini, 17 Francesca Barro, 18 Sara Seye, 19 Valeria Fedrighi, 20 Beatrice Veronese, 21 Sara Barattin, 22 Alyssa D’Incà, 23 Manuela Furlan 

England: 15. Ellie Kildunne, 14. Lydia Thompson, 13. Holly Aitchison, 12. Helena Rowland, 11. Sarah McKenna, 10. Zoe Harrison, 9. Natasha Hunt, 1. Vickii Cornborough, 2. Lark Davies, 3. Shaunagh Brown, 4. Rosie Galligan, 5. Abbie Ward, 6. Alex Matthews, 7. Sadia Kabeya, 8. Poppy Cleall (C)Replacements: 16. Connie Powell, 17. Maud Muir, 18. Sarah Bern, 19. Sarah Hunter, 20. Vicky Fleetwood, 21. Lucy Packer, 22. Emily Scarratt, 23. Emma Sing