The thrilling match between France and England in the 2024 Six Nations was a vibrant duel full of scoring changes. The game, played in Lyon, was decisive for the second position in the tournament. France achieved a narrow victory with a score of 33-31, thanks to a penalty kick by Thomas Ramos from over fifty meters in the last minute[^6]. Throughout the match, there were several changes in both teams and key moments such as tries and effective transformations that kept the tension high until the end[^4].

Here are the line-ups for both teams:

Léo Barré, Damian Penaud, Gaël Fickou, Nicolas Depoortère and Louis Bielle-Biarrey, Thomas Ramos and Nolann Le Garrec, Gregory Alldritt, François Cros and Charles Ollivon, Emmanuel Meafou and Thibaud Flament; Uini Atonio, Julian Marchand and Cyril Baille. They also played Peato Mauvaka, Sébastien Taofifenua, Romain Taofifenuam Yoram Moefana, Alexandre Roumatm Georges-Henri Colombem Maxime Lucu and Paul Boudehent. 

George Furbank, Tommy Freeman, Henry Slade, Ollie Lawrence and Elliot Daly; George Ford and Alex Mitchell, Ben Earl, Sam Underhill and Ollie Chessum; George Martin and Maro Itoje; Dan Cole, Jamie George and Ellis Genge. They also played  Marcus Smith, Theo Dan, Joe Marler, Will Stuart, Ethan Roots, Manu Tuilagi, Alex Dombrandt and Danny Care

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