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Six Nations: Fixtures & where to watch live on TV

A look at all 2023 Six Nations fixtures and where to watch all the action on the TV.

Saturday 11th February

14:15 - Ireland v France - ITV1

16:45 - Scotland v Wales - BBC1

The second weekend of the Six Nations sees a titanic tussle in store as Ireland host France in a showdown between the two heavyweights this season.

Ireland and France are the two favourites to win the competition this season at 11/8 and 7/4 respectively.

Murrayfield then gets its first taste of action for the tournament as Scotland welcome Wales to Edinburgh. The Scots' last win over the Welsh came in 2017, with the hosts coming out on top 29-13 at Murrayfield.

Sunday 12th February

15:00 - England v Italy - ITV1

England have back-to-back home games at Twickenham to start this year’s tournament and next welcome Italy to London.

The Red Rose, who are 4/1 to win the Six Nations title, have played the Azzurri on 29 previous occasions and have never lost to the Italians.

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Saturday 25th February

14:15 - Italy v Ireland - ITV1

16:45 - Wales v England - BBC1

After a week off to see to the bumps and bruises after the first two rounds, the action returns as Italy host Ireland in Rome.

The Irish are on a 12-game winning run against the Italians, with the Azzurri last securing a win over the men in green in 2013 with a 22-15 victory at the Stadio Olimpico.

Sunday 26th February

15:00 - France v Scotland - ITV1

Having not won in Paris since 1999, Scotland managed to end their hoodoo in the French capital on their last visit with a 27-23 victory at the Stade de France.

The Scots return knowing they will be in for arguably their toughest test of the competition against a resurgent French side that might well have revenge in their minds after that last defeat in Paris.

Saturday 11th March

14:15 - Italy v Wales - ITV1

16:45 - England v France - ITV1

Heading into March, and Wales will certainly have revenge on their minds when they face Italy in Rome.

The Italians stunned the rugby world with a 22-21 win in Cardiff last year and will be hoping to cause the Welsh more problems at the Stadio Olimpico.

Meanwhile, in a game that has been labelled “Le Crunch” over recent years, England and France will do battle at Twickenham.

The game will be a great test for France ahead of the World Cup, having last won at Twickenham all the way back in 2007.

Sunday 12th March

15:00 - Scotland v Ireland - BBC1

Murrayfield hosts a second game of the tournament when Ireland make the trip to face Scotland.

Ireland are on a seven-game winning run in this fixture, having last lost to the Scots at Murrayfield in 2017.

Saturday 18th March

12:30 - Scotland v Italy - BBC1

14:45 - France v Wales - ITV1

17:00 - Ireland v England - ITV1

Super Saturday is one of the great days in the sporting calendar, with all six teams in action.

The Scots host Italy at Murrayfield in the lunchtime kick-off, before France welcome Wales to the Stade de France.

To cap off the annual tournament, another fiery atmosphere is in store as Ireland face rivals England at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

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