Serge Betsen’s France v England Six Nations key battles including Cameron Woki v Maro Itoje

Key battles between France and Serge Betsen’s England: An intense clash awaits between exciting starlet Cameron Woki and experienced chef Maro Itoje in the final round of Six Nations matches

  • England will go to the Grand Slam to hunt France in the Six Nations on Saturday
  • Legendary French flanker Serge Betsen picked his key battles for the game
  • Impressive youngster Cameron Woki will face former chief Maro Itoje in the roster

England travel to Paris on Saturday to face a France side aiming for the Six Nations title and a Grand Slam.

Ahead of the match, French legend Serge Betsen picked out the key battles he thinks could be decisive.

Cameron Woki vs. Maro Itoje

The amount of running, rucking and tackling these guys do is unbelievable. The beauty of putting Woki in second place is his ability to move around the park.

Maro Itoje is slightly taller than Woki but it should be an intense battle

Cameron Woki and Maro Itoje will face off in Paris roster on Saturday

Itoje is slightly bigger but they both bring something special. France pretty much has the edge in their lock combination.

Paul Willemse is very physical, he compliments Woki — like Bakkies Botha and Victor Matfield.

Julien Marchand vs. Jamie George

Julien Marchand wins many penalties for France in search of Grand Slam

Jamie George said he wanted to crash France's party in Paris this weekend

Julien Marchand and Jamie George are both confident players on the free kick

There were very few changes to the French top five, so they became a very cohesive unit.

Marchand embodies the fight of the pack. He’s become an extremely effective counter-rucker and that’s earning the team a lot of penalties.

He and George are confident from the set piece, with great familiarity with their Toulouse and Saracen team-mates.

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