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Video preview: Six Nations



Welcome to 2013's first episode of SuperSport.com's exclusive rugby video feature – Working the Blindside - and we start with a preview of the Six Nations.

Steve Morris gives you a rundown on what you can expect from one of the world's most-watched and loved international competitions ahead of Saturday's kick-off.

Joining Steve this week is England centre Stuart Abbott, and the two of them discuss everything from current form to Lions selections.

Don't forget all the games are live on SuperSport, with Wales v Ireland (3:30pm) and England v Scotland (6pm) getting the competition under way.

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