Watch 2023 6 Nations LIVE – Italy v Wales, England v France and Scotland v Ireland

Watch 2023 6 Nations LIVE – Italy v Wales, England v France and Scotland v Ireland

The Six Nations has well and truly lived up to it’s expectations as an action packed tournament this year. After the first 3 rounds of fixtures, we’ve seen some incredible rugby moments. And the tournament is finely balanced for what could be a grand slam finale for Ireland. Check out the latest 6 Nations 2023 fixtures, results and what channel to watch it on.

The Six Nations Results so far

Week 1

Wales 10-34 Ireland

England 23-29 Scotland

Italy 24-29 France

Week 2

Ireland 32-19 France

Scotland 35-7 Wales

England 31-14 Italy

Week 3

Italy 20-34 Ireland

Wales 10-20 England

France 32-21 Scotland

You can check out all the match highlights of all the games on BBC Sport.

After 3 6 Nations fixtures each, the league is finely balanced with Ireland leading the pack. Scotland, England and France are hot on the Irish heels and going into the final 2 games, Ireland have a lot of work to do if they want to get their hands on the trophy. Wales have had a miserable tournament so far and look to be battling it out with the Italians for the ‘wooden spoon’ prize for the team who finish bottom.

Six Nations 2023 Fixtures

Round 4

11th March 2023

Italy v Wales 14:15 GMT

England v France 16:45 GMT

12th March 2023

Scotland v Ireland 15:00 GMT

Round 5

8th of March 2023

Scotland v Italy 12:20 GMT kick off

France v Wales 14:45 GMT kick off

Ireland v England 17:00 GMT kick off

What channel is the 6 Nations on?

This season the Six Nations has been split between BBC, ITV and S4C. Rugby fans from all over the UK can tune in and watch live coverage of Italy v Wales and England v France on ITV on 11th March 2023 and Scotland v Ireland on BBC on 12th March 2023.

Italy v Wales

Italy will fancy their chances against a Welsh side who seem to be completely devoid of confidence after 3 really disappointing results and performances. Over their last 3 games they have only managed to score a total of 27 points and have conceded 89 points. Having already played their 2 home games in the tournament, a trip to Italy and then a trip to France won’t be something the Welsh rugby fans will be optimistic about.

Italy on the the other hand will be looking forward to welcoming a struggling Welsh side to Rome where they will absolutely fancy themselves to get a result. A very spirited defeat at home to France at the start of the tournament and promising performances against England and Ireland will have the Italians in high spirits. Plus, they have scored almost double the amount of points Wales have scored and only conceded 5 points more than them. With Wales travelling to Rome, the pressure will be on the Welsh not to slip up and lose, but the Italians will welcome them knowing fine well that this could be a golden opportunity to get another famous Six Nations victory in front of their own fans.

11th March 2023 – Italy v Wales 14:15 GMT Kick Off LIVE on ITV

England v France

England v France is never a game to miss for any rugby fan. After a disappointing start to the campaign losing at home to Scotland, England have managed to pick themselves up with wins at home to Italy and away to Wales. France recovered well on Sunday after their defeat to Ireland with a 32-21 win at home to Scotland. It was an incredible game which saw both sides being reduced to 14 men within the first 15 minutes.

Most French Rugby fans went into this Six Nations with an expectation of winning the trophy for a second year in a row. However, a defeat to Ireland in Dublin in week 2 of the tournament has cast some doubt on their chances. If they have any chance of winning the Six Nations this year, they will need to beat England in Twickenham.

England beating France would not only knock the French chances of winning the tournament, but they jump into serious contenders for winning it. Defeating the French would set England up with a mouthwatering tie away to Ireland in the final game. Making the final 6 Nations 2023 fixtures mouth watering for rugby fans all over the world.

11th March 2023 – England v France 16:45 GMT Kick Off LIVE on ITV

Scotland v Ireland

Ireland are the team to beat if they are to be stopped winning the Grand Slam this year. As the top ranked international rugby team in the world, the Irish have won three games out of three so far this year. They travel to Edinburgh with the hope of continuing their unbeaten run. But the Scots have just as much to play for. Both teams will not only be battling it out to keep their chances alive for getting their hands on the Six Nations trophy, they will also be fighting it out for the Triple Crown trophy.

Ireland have the momentum after victories over Wales, Italy and France. But they will face a Scottish team who will be licking their wounds after disappointment in Paris in the previous game. The Scots have never won the Six Nations since the tournament changed after 1999. And in the 23 years since, this is by far the closest they have ever been. If Scotland can bounce back and defeat the Irish in Edinburgh, it will take the tournament decider down to the final day with Ireland, Scotland and France or England still in contention to win the tournament.

If Ireland hold off the Scots, then they will only have a showdown in Dublin with the English in their way for a famous 6 Nations 2023 Grand Slam undefeated tournament win.

12th March 2023 – Scotland v Ireland 15:00 GMT Kick Off LIVE on BBC

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