IT has been revealed that England’s ‘luckiest’ stadium to play in is the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy.

England have been victorious in all the five games they have played against The Azzurri in their new home, scoring an overage of 5 tries per game.

The Roses will be looking for similar results when they travel to Rome on February 13th. utilised historic Six Nations try statistics from 2000 to 2021 to discover which stadium England has scored the most tries in, thus uncovering their ‘luckiest’ stadium at the Six Nations. 

Placing second is the home of English rugby, Twickenham. With a capacity of 82,000, it is one of the biggest rugby stadiums in the world, which undoubtedly gives the English players an extra push.

Richmond and Twickenham Times: General view inside Twickenham Stadium, London.General view inside Twickenham Stadium, London.

The team have scored 201 tries in 55 matches, an average of 3.65 tries per match at their home ground, which is also the stadium that has seen the most tries per match on average overall with 5.2 tries per game.

Third is the Principality Stadium located in Cardiff, Wales. England versus Wales is known as one of the biggest rivalries in rugby, so it comes as no surprise that the English have struggled when playing away from home against the Dragons, averaging just 1.91 tries per game in 11 matches.

Wales on the other hand, average 2.43 tries per game at the Principality, proving that it is always a difficult place to go.

Coming in as England’s fourth ‘luckiest’ stadium to play in is the Stade de France. England have scored 18 tries in 11 games at the stadium - an average of 1.64 tries per game.

Richmond and Twickenham Times: Table shows England's luckiest stadiumsTable shows England's luckiest stadiums

France are clear favourites for this year's tournament, so England will be hoping it’s all still to play for in their final game of the tournament at the Stade de France on the 19th of March. The French have scored 137 tries in 54 games at the ground - averaging 2.54 tries per game.

Completing the top five is Murrayfield located in Edinburgh, Scotland.

England kick off their Six Nations campaign at Murrayfield against their fierce rivals, Scotland today, and with the English having scored 16 tries in 11 games at the stadium (1.45 per match), they are hoping for much of the same for the beginning of their six nations campaign.

In comparison, the Scots average 1.56 tries per game at their home stadium so it most likely will be a close encounter.

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