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Six Nations Rugby

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The fourth weekend of rugby internationals, presented by John Inverdale from Murrayfield and Craig Doyle from the Stadio Flaminio in Rome.
1.30 Scotland v Ireland Having been humbled on their home turf in a shock defeat by the Italians. the Scots face a stiff test of their resilience as they tackle an Irish side brimming with skill and confidence (kick-off 1.30). The
Irish will be riding high after their emphatic 43-13 victory over
England at Croke Park, and a win here will seal the Triple Crown and give them an outside chance to take the championship title.
Commentary comes from Andrew Cotter and Phillip Matthews. (5) (HD) Video Plus+ code for 1.00-3.30
(non PDC)
3.30 Italy v Wales The Welsh won't be relishing their visit to
Rome as they face an Italian side who'll be on a high after recording their first away victory in the competition, 37-17 against the Scots (kick-off 3.30). Last year, the Welsh could only manage an unconvincing 18-18 draw against the Azzuri on home turf, and having already lost away to
Scotland earlier this year, could well be pushed all the way by an Italian side growing in confidence. Commentary by Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies.
Video Plus, code for 3.30-520
(non PDC) TV presentation Matthew Griffiths Editor Ron Chakraborty
Video Plus+ code for 1.00-520 Live coverage of England v France begins tomorrow at 2.45pm
Digital viewers can access the latest football scores on Score from 2.30 to
6.00. and a rugby package that includes alternative commentary, rolling highlights, a competition and a post-match forum

Contributors

Presented By: John Inverdale
Presented By: Craig Doyle
Unknown: Andrew Cotter
Unknown: Phillip Matthews.
Commentary By: Nick Mullins
Commentary By: Jonathan Davies.
Unknown: Matthew Griffiths
Editor: Ron Chakraborty

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