The Six Nations 2017 is on the lips of all the fans of this sport. The start of the competition is here and the championship, which is known as the «most solemn rugby championship» has adopted an important change in its dynamics: it agreed to the entry of the bonus points system. What does this mean? There was a shift from the two points per victory scheme, one for a draw and zero for defeat, to the world scheme: four points for victory, two for a draw, and attack or defence bonuses. The reason is simple: the need for more sensational classifications and more spectacle on the match field, by encouraging and rewarding the attack. This international championship was the only one, up to now, to not adopt this classification scheme. Will this change affect the teams? Will there be a change of favourites and candidates for the title? Will England continue to lead the classification? Find out more details about the Six Nations 2017.