Eddie Jones made no secret of his intention to steer England to the top of the rugby world rankings and the Red Rose can make a giant stride towards that goal by maintaining their winning sequence to go one better than the All Blacks.
After victories over France, Wales, Italy and Scotland, England can also become the first team to win successive Grand Slam titles since France in 1998 if they triumph over Ireland next Saturday.
Here's the breakdown of the action so far, and what you need to know about the tournament...
DATE, TIME AND VENUE
The Six Nations started on Saturday, February 4 and will run until Saturday, March 18 with a one-week break between both rounds two and three and three and four.
Matches will be staged at Twickenham, the Stade de France, Aviva Stadium, Stadio Olimpico, Murrayfield and the Principality Stadium. For individual kick-off times check out the full schedule below.
Saturday February 4
RESULT: Scotland 27 Ireland 22 (Murrayfield)
RESULT: England 19 France 16 (Twickenham)
Sunday February 5
RESULT: Italy 7 Wales 33 (Stadio Olimpico)
Saturday February 11
RESULT: Italy 10 Ireland 63 (Stadio Olimpico)
RESULT: Wales 16 England 21 (Principality Stadium)
Sunday February 12
RESULT: France 22 Scotland 16 (Stade de France)
Saturday February 25
RESULT: Scotland 29 Wales 13 (Murrayfield)
RESULT: Ireland 19 France 9 (Aviva Stadium)
Sunday February 26
RESULT: England 36 Italy 15 (Twickenham)
Friday March 10
RESULT: Wales 22 Ireland 9 (Principality Stadium)
Saturday March 11
RESULT: Italy 18 France 40 (Stadio Olimpico)
RESULT: England 61 Scotland 21 (Twickenham)
Saturday March 18
RESULT: Scotland 29 Italy 0 (Murrayfield)
RESULT: France 20 Wales 18 (Stade de France)
RESULT: Ireland 13 England 9 (Twickenham)