It is the fifth and final day of the Six Nations tournament to be held later this week. For now, Wales leads the tournament, followed by Ireland, France, England, Scotland and Italy. Only two nations can still win the tournament, before it starts later this week. These are Wales, with a comfortable lead, and France. Because with a late match, the Blues still have the cards. France finished first this Saturday with an offensive bonus against Wales and a similar win against Scotland in just a few days. On the other hand it is over for Ireland and England, who will have to fight for their places of honour. Who has to finish on the podium? The clash between Ireland and England is to follow this Saturday 20 March at 5.45pm, which will be broadcast live on France 2.
Ireland – England: Match 2 to watch on France
France Television broadcasts all matches of the Six Nations tournament. Kickoff for this classic between Ireland and England is at 5.45 pm, and the broadcast is at 5.35 pm. England is the most successful country in the competition, with 39 wins on the clock. Meanwhile, Ireland have won 22. Ireland and England have faced each other 136 times in their history, and the record leans back to XV de la Rose. With 79 wins, England are well ahead of the Irish, who have won 49 against 8 draws. In the last twelve clashes between the two rugby teams, the players of XV du Trèfle have won only three times, and their last success dates back to 2018. Ireland remain on a series of three consecutive defeats against the English. Like all matches since the start of the competition, the match will be played behind closed doors.
Rugby: Ireland – England on television on France 2 live with a kick-off from Aviva Stadium this Saturday, March 20 at 5.45pm.
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