The Six Nations tournament will enter its third week this weekend after a one week break, with three matches on the card.
On Saturday 27th February at 5.15 PM, Italy will host Ireland, a match in which both the teams look forward to their first win. The two sides have lost the first two matches of the competition and will be keen to get to winning ways as they faceoff at Stadio Olimpico.
Eddie Jone’s, England will head to Principality Stadium where will be Wales’ visitors on Saturday at 19.45p.m.
Scotland on Sunday, 28th February will be hosting France hoping to cut their table-lead dream at 6.00p.m. The match will be staged at Stade de France.
After the second fixtures, France and Wales top the table with 9 points after their co current wins.
England, with six points after they put a dreary loss to Italy come third as Scotland follow closely with five points, both having a single win.
Ireland having lost both their matches secure two points after their double narrow loss unlike Italy who lost widely in their matches, have no points.