**Coronavirus may have put paid to rugby this weekend and for the foreseeable future, but that does not mean that interest in the sport has diminished.**\n\nAnd with just over a year until the British & Irish Lions travel to South Africa, what better time than to reflect on where the contenders stand.\n\nAfter 11 matches in the Guinness Six Nations, as well as half a season since the World Cup, a number of players have started to put themselves into the frame.\n\nSo, if we ignore those who are long-term injured – sorry Jonathan Davies, Billy Vunipola – here is a look at a possible XV that would line up if the first Test were imminent.\n\n**15. Jordan Larmour (Ireland)**\n\nThis was an easy call after two rounds, but Ireland’s struggles in kick coverage against England make it a closer battle. Still, barring a poor decision not to take a mark, that poor work was probably more the fault of others. With ball in hand, Jordan Larmour has been electric, his kicking game is much improved, and he gets the nod after Stuart Hogg’s slow start to the Six Nations. Leigh Halfpenny has been in good form, while a fit-again Liam Williams is close, but for now we’ll go with Larmour.