British and Irish Lions team selector: Which players impressed in Six Nations Round three? | Rugby Union News

Pick your 2021 British and Irish Lions XV from the English, Irish and Welsh players that were involved in the weekend’s Six Nations Tests, and Scottish players from Round 2. We’ve listed the players that started, played significant minutes or had a significant impact as your options.

Last Updated: 02/03/21 5:45pm

Who would you pick in a British and Irish Lions XV after the weekend’s Six Nations? Have your say with our team selector below…

After Six Nations Round 3, pick your British and Irish Lions XV from the players performing for the four home nations.

Wales beat England at the Principality Stadium in controversial circumstances, while Ireland comfortably dispatched of Italy in Rome. Scotland had no game in Round 3 due an outbreak of coronavirus within the France squad.

Lions head coach Warren Gatland was an interested spectator, but who would make it into your potential Lions XV to face the world champion Springboks? Have your say with our team selector below…

After each round of the 2021 Six Nations, we will have a brand new team selector for you to have your weekly say on the standouts, with players added and removed based on their involvement.

Sky Sports will exclusively show the British & Irish Lions’ three-Test series against the Springboks in South Africa in 2021, as well as their five warm-up matches against the Stormers, South Africa Invitational, the Sharks, South Africa A and the Bulls.

In doing so, Sky Sports will show its seventh successive Lions tour, a partnership that will enter its 25th year in 2021.

As with the previous two clashes between the Lions and the Springboks, the hosts will come into the series as world champions. The Lions won the series 2-1 in 1997, while South Africa went on to claim victory by the same margin in 2009.

Lions fans will be able to follow the tour 24 hours a day on Sky Sports News, via the Sky Sports app, on and via Sky Sports social channels.

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