**There may have been a reduced number of matches this weekend, but rugby is dominating the headlines this week.**\n\nBetween Coronavirus and disciplinary matters, the news just kept coming in the world of rugby, but we start in Paris.\n\nAfter initial rumours that the whole of the final weekend of the Guinness Six Nations would be postponed, it was confirmed that Ireland’s clash with France had been postponed. \n\nAccording to reports, it will be pushed back to October 31st, although the Six Nations committee insist no decision has been taken.\n\nSticking with the Six Nations, the fall-out from **England**’s win over Wales continued after [Joe Marler and Courtney Lawes were cited](https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/51806678). \n\nThe latter was singled out for a dangerous tackle on Alun Wyn Jones, while Marler faces the disciplinary committee for another incident with Jones and could face a much longer ban. \n\nManu Tuilagi will also be up before the disciplinary for his red card.