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Six NationsGrandstand


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With Steve Rider,
John Inverdale and Craig Doyle.
1.00 Rugby Build-up A preview of today's final Six Nations games, including France v England which is being shown at 7.50pm.
2.00 Wales v Italy Wales have shown signs of a renaissance since sparking into life at last year's World Cup, but have yet to find the consistency under captain Colin Charvis. The improving Italians won this fixture in Rome last season.
Gareth Charles leads the commentary team.
4.00, 4.50 Ireland v Scotland
The resurgent Irish, buoyed by their brilliant victory over world champions England, know that victory over Scotland will give them a good chance of winning the championship outright for the first time since 1985.
Scotland are in transition under new Australian coach
Matt Williams and will want to avoid ending the tournament on a dispiriting note. Nick Mullins and Phillip Matthews commentate.
4.45 Football Latest A round-up from around the grounds. TV presentation Alan Griffiths and Sion Thomas BBCi: digital viewers can access interactive Six Nations features via their TV handset, plus, from 2.45. the latest football scores


Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Craig Doyle.
Unknown: Captain Colin Charvis.
Unknown: Gareth Charles
Unknown: Matt Williams
Unknown: Nick Mullins
Unknown: Phillip Matthews
Unknown: Alan Griffiths
Unknown: Sion Thomas

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Six NationsGrandstand

BBC One London, 27 March 2004 13.00

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