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Six Nations: Fixtures, And Tv Info

Six Nations: Fixtures, And Tv Info

The 2020 Six Nations kicks off this weekend with champions Wales hosting Italy in the first fixture of this year's tournament, and you can watch every match LIVE.

There's a lot of intrigue going into this year's tournament, coming just three months after the World Cup, with Wales, Ireland, France and Italy all starting with new coaches in charge.

Wayne Pivac and Andy Farrell take over from Warren Gatland and Joe Schmidt who both had long spells and incredible success with Wales and Ireland respectively whilst Fabien Galthie and Franco Smith are building from the round up.

Eddie Jones will be hoping he can lift his team after the World Cup final loss to South Africa and Gregor Townsend needs to turn Scotland's eternal potential into results.


What are the fixtures?

Matchday One:

Saturday 1st February - Wales vs Italy, Ireland vs Scotland

Sunday 2nd February - France vs England


Matchday Two:

Saturday 8th February - Ireland vs Wales, Scotland vs England

Sunday 9th February - France vs Italy

Matchday Three:


Saturday 22nd February - Italy vs Scotland, Wales vs France

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Sunday 23rd February - England vs Ireland

Matchday Four:

Saturday 7th March - Ireland vs Italy, England vs Wales


Sunday 8th March - Scotland vs France

Matchday Five:

Saturday 14th March - Wales vs Scotland, Italy vs England, France vs Ireland.

How can I watch the games?


The games are split between BBC and ITV. The Beeb show all France, Scotland, and Wales home games whilst ITV show England, Ireland and Italy home fixtures.


Wales vs Ireland - 2.15 pm kick off - BBC 1

Ireland vs Scotland - 4.45 pm kick off - ITV 1


France vs England - 3.00 pm kick off - BBC 1

Topics: Rugby, Ireland, Rugby news, Rugby union news, England, Rugby Union, France, Scotland, Wales, Six Nations, Italy

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