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What time are Six Nations matches on TV this weekend?

Find out when Six Nations matches will be on TV this weekend as France face Ireland, Italy take on England and Wales host Scotland.

03-02-24 09:47
Duhan van der Merwe. Six Nations
Scotland star Duhan van der Merwe. Photo: AFP

The 2024 Six Nations will present the powerhouses of Northern Hemisphere rugby a chance to make rankings gains on the South.

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The 2024 Six Nations starts on Friday, 2 February when France host Ireland in Marseille from 22:00 (SAST).

On Saturday 3 February Italy face England in Rome from 16:15 and Wales and Scotland round off proceedings with an 18:45 kick-off (Times SAST).

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In round two of the Six Nations, Scotland host France at Murrayfield while England welcome Wales to Twickenham.

The first Sunday fixture of the 2024 Six Nations sees Italy travel to Dublin to tackle Ireland.

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Two weeks after the second round, the Six nations will cross the halfway mark.

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Ireland play host to Wales in Dublin while Saturday 24 February will also see Scotland defend the Calcutta Cup when England come up to Murrayfield.

France host Italy in Lille on the Sunday.


There is another two-week gap between rounds before Italy take on Scotland in Rome to start the fourth round.

England are at Twickenham to take on Ireland and will be chasing their first win over the men in green since 2020.

Wales will host France in Cardiff on Sunday 10 March.


All three final round matches will take place on Saturday 16 March kicking off with Wales at home to Italy.

Ireland take on Scotland in Dublin and the day’s main event so-to-speak will be the infamous ‘Le-Crunch’ fixture between England and France from the Groupama Stadium in Lyon by which time the French crowds might have remembered how to cheer.


Round 1

Fri 2 Feb, France v Ireland (21:00)
Sat 3 Feb, Italy v England (15:15)
Sat 3 Feb, Wales v Scotland (17:45)

Round 2

Sat 10 Feb, Scotland v France (15:15)
Sat 10 Feb, England v Wales (17:45)
Sun 11 Feb, Ireland v Italy (16:00)

Round 3

Sat 24 Feb, Ireland v Wales (15:15)
Sat 24 Feb, Scotland v England (17:45)
Sun 25 Feb, France v Italy (16:00)

Round 4

Sat 9 March, Italy v Scotland (15:15)
Sat 11 March, England v Ireland (17:45)
Sun 12 March, Wales v France (16:00)

Round 5

Sat 16 March, Wales v Italy (15:15)
Sat 16 March, Ireland v Scotland (17:45)
Sat 16 March, France v England (21:00)