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Sky Sports pundits give their predictions in the Six Nations Charity Challenge

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Greenwood odds-on to win pundit tipping challenge

 Will Greenwood is now a massive odds-on shot to wrap up the Sky Bet Six Nations Charity Challenge after a third successive winning prediction as he backed Ireland to score a try as the first scoring play in their crushing victory over Italy – Jonny Sexton obliging at odds of 15/8 to return £93.75 plus the £1,000 weekly prize.

With a £1,000 bonus going to the overall winner, plus stakes from the pundits’ outright bets, it’s hard to see anyone of the Sky Sports rugby pundits catching the World Cup winning centre in the final round of matches.

Greenwood (Ireland), Alan Quinlan (England), Rory Lawson (Ireland) and Dewi Morris (France) all have hopes of bolstering their charity pots with wins in the outright market.

Six Nations Charity Challenge Table (after round 4)
1st: Will Greenwood (Borne Charity) - £3,237.50
2nd: Scott Quinnell (Wish Upon A Star) - £1,275.00
3rd: Dewi Morris (Wooden Spoon Charity) - £72.62
4th: Stuart Barnes (Donald Woods Foundation) - £55
5th: Rory Lawson (Bill McLaren Foundation) - £45.45
Tied 6th: Alan Quinlan (Bliss) - £0
Tied 6th: Ieuan Evans (Glaze Prostate Charity) - £0
About the Six Nations Charity Challenge
Seven members of the Sky Sports Rugby Club are going head-to-head to raise funds for the charity of their choice in our first Sky Bet Six Nations Charity Challenge. With £1,000 up for grabs each week – plus a £1,000 bonus on offer to the overall winner – you can bet the rivalry between the experts will be fierce! The rules of the challenge are clear. Each pundit makes one outright prediction in this year's Six Nations and then one weekly bet for each round of matches. The pundit who wins the most money across the six selections wins the £1,000 bonus for their chosen charity. Wales defend the crown this year but which of the Sky Sports pundits will come out on top in our Challenge?