Only those with the sharpest eyes can spot the rugby ball in under 30 seconds

This tricky brainteaser comes as England, France, Italy, Ireland, Scotland and Wales battle it out in the Six Nations Championship.

The Six Nations Championship is underway, with some of the best international rugby sides in the world going head-to-head.

To mark the occasion, Betway has created a brainteaser to help fans get into the tournament. Brainteasers come in many different shapes and sizes, but there are three main types.

They can be analytical, observational or mathematical. Analytical brainteasers ask people to work out a riddle, while mathematical brainteasers ask people to solve a maths question.

Observational brainteasers, on the other hand, require users to find an anomaly in an image.

This brainteaser is an observational brainteaser and the user’s task is to find the rugby ball in under 30 seconds.

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Did you spot the rugby ball? No worries if not, the answer is above.

The rugby ball can be found in the second row from the bottom in the arms of the spectator between one in a grey shirt, and another in a blue shirt.

The Six Nations is a hotly contested tournament between England, France, Wales, Scotland, Italy and Ireland. As a result tensions can run high as one missed match or missing player can have a big impact.

However, for others, it is more personal, particularly as they near retirement. England’s Dan Cole, 36, has been mulling over retiring. Speaking to the press about whether this will be his last Six Nations, Mr Cole said: “I haven’t made up my mind. I haven’t thought about it so far, we’ll see how it goes.

“It’s one of those things where you never want to give up, but at the same time, you can understand why boys with families do because international rugby is a tough environment to be in. It’s intense.”

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