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Take the train … and spend your weekend at the Six Nations

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This year’s Six Nations championship is set to draw to a close on 17 March – so if you haven’t managed to get close to the action yet, it’s your final chance.

Take the train to Cardiff or London to catch the final matches of this prestigious rugby tournament. But don’t forget to check our journey planner for cheap train tickets before you travel.

The final matches of the 2012 Six Nations take place on Saturday 17 March – and with two out of three of them taking place in the Blighty, you’re just one cheap train journey away from being there to soak up the atmosphere.

Take the train to Cardiff … for Wales vs. France

Jump aboard a train to Cardiff to watch Wales take on France at the Millennium Stadium.

The Red Dragons will be out for revenge – they haven’t won a Six Nations match against Les Tricolores since 2008 and in last year’s tie, at the Stade de France, the French beat them 28-9.

But both teams have been looking in great form this year, so it could be a fiercely fought match – so it’s well worth making the trip to the Land of Song to see the action for yourself – especially as this match is likely to be the decider!

Wales vs. France kicks off at 2.45 p.m.

Take the train to London … for England vs. Ireland

The last fixture in this year’s Six Nations championship takes place at Twickenham, where England will be taking on Ireland. And whether or not the destination of the Six Nations title ends up resting on the result of this match, there’s still a trophy at stake.

Since 1988, the winners of the game between England and Ireland have been presented with the Millennium Trophy. Ireland have taken the silverware home for the last three years, so it’s sure to be a hard-fought game.

Make sure you’re at Twickenham to find out whether or not they succeed – take thetrain to London to watch some fantastic international rugby

England’s Six Nations tie with Ireland starts at 5.00 p.m.

Will you be taking the train to one of the final Six Nations matches this year? Let us know…

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