Scotland slumped to a second defeat of this year's Guinness Six Nations as they lost to Italy in Rome. 

It was the Azzurri's first home win in the championship since they beat Ireland 11 years ago, but few will dispute they deserved to triumph over Gregor Townsend's side.

Questions have been asked over the future of the Scotland head coach, who must now hope his side can rescue their campaign with a win over title-chasing Ireland in Dublin.

Editor Gavin Harper is joined by Mark McDougall and Steph Brawn to discuss all the big talking points from the game. You can watch the video below. 

Ireland's hopes of back-to-back Grand Slams were ended by their shock defeat to England at Twickenham, while a strong second half showing saw France overpower Wales in Cardiff.

It is all to play for going into the final round, with Wales hosting Italy aiming to avoid a first Six Nations wooden spoon since 2003. The Azzurri could record their first-ever top-half finish if they win in Cardiff and other results work in their favour. 

Scotland's chances of winning the title are still alive - but barely. They need a bonus point win over Ireland, including a 77-point swing in points difference (or a 39-point margin of victory) while also denying Andy Farrell's side any match points.