World News – GB – What time are the last Six Nations games on television today?

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England Ireland and France to win Six Nations title and Wales take on Scotland Here are all schedules, TV details and Super Saturday permutations

It’s Six Nations Super Saturday and while Wales v Scotland are a big part of the attention here, it’s Ireland, England and France that have the eyes on the price

All six teams are in action today – almost nine months after it all started in early February

All matches take place at different times, so there is a chance for rugby fans to enjoy a full day and night of action while on lockdown

The TV image is a bit confusing for international rugby at the moment, but the BBC and ITV still have the rights for the Six Nations

ITV will show Ireland v Italy starting at 245 p.m. Saturday, as well as Italy v England (4 Kick-off at 45 p.m.) on October 31

The other two matches of the final day – Wales vs Scotland (215h) and France vs Ireland (822h) – will be broadcast by the BBC The Wales match will also be broadcast on S4C

Wales, Scotland and Italy are out of the picture in terms of the title, but it’s very tight for the other three teams

* Ireland will win the silverware if they beat France in Paris with a bonus point

* England will likely end up in the lead if they take five points from their trip to Italy in Rome and France lose to Ireland but the Irish do not claim a bonus England will have to write off a gap deficit however points against the Irish 23 in the process

* France will claim the title if they win a maximum of five points against Ireland while England fail to tie that result against Italy

Wales, Alun Wyn Jones, Six Nations Championship, Rugby Union, Scotland national rugby union team, British and Irish Lions

News from the world – EN – What time are the last Six Nations TV games today?


SOURCE: https://www.w24news.com

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