How to Watch Ireland vs England for FREE: Six Nations Rugby TV Channel and Live Stream today
England will look to ruin Ireland’s Six Nations Grand Slam party when they travel to Dublin tonight to wrap up Super Saturday.
Steve Borthwick will demand a reaction from his stunned side after all encouraging signs of early progress in the new era were completely wiped out by a 53-10 humiliation against France in round four.
Such an emphatic loss was the heaviest they have ever suffered at Twickenham and the third heaviest in the world. The new head coach was red-faced and fans understandably feared the absolute worst ahead of an even tougher task on paper today.
Ireland are currently the best team in the world by some margin and are just one win away from a fourth Six Nations Grand Slam, their second in five years and first ever in Dublin, which would finally give Andy Farrell’s men the highest confidence later in cleared the hurdle at the Rugby World Cup this year in France.
But any unlikely slip by the relentless men in green could open the door for defending champions Les Bleus, who take on Wales earlier in the day in Paris.
How to watch Ireland vs England
TV channel: In the UK, the Ireland v England game will be broadcast live on ITV, with coverage starting at 16:30 GMT ahead of the 17:00 kick-off time.
Live broadcast: Fans can also follow the action live online via the ITVX app or the ITV website.
Live broadcast: Follow the match live via Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog, including expert analysis from rugby correspondent Nick Purewal at the Aviva Stadium.
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