England vs Ireland kick-off time, TV and live stream details

Eddie Jones knows there is little room for complacency as his England side prepare for their sternest Autumn Nations Cup test thus far.

Having swept aside Georgia 40-0, Jones’ side rarely had to get out of second gear as they ran out rampant victors. The story will be very different on Saturday when they welcome an in-form Ireland side to Twickenham.

Fresh off of an impressive 32-9 win at home to Wales in week 1 of the tournament, Ireland know victory over England would put them in the driving seat to top Group A.

While morale is high after winning the Six Nations title, England will be aiming to keep spirits up ahead of the Christmas period by securing more silverware.

What time is England vs Ireland?

The pair face off at 3pm on Saturday, in what is set to be a pivotal contest at Twickenham Stadium.

With top spot hosting second place, both teams will be feeling the weight of what is at stake.

The contest is one of three fixtures set to take place on Saturday, wedged between Italy’s tie with Fiji at 12.45pm and Wayne Pivac’s Wales aiming to end their dismal run of form against Georgia at 5.15pm.

What channel is England vs Ireland?

Both Amazon Prime and Channel 4 boast the rights to this clash, with Amazon Prime being the main broadcaster of the entire Autumn Nations cup, showing 14 of the 16 games on offer.

Channel 4 is showing all of Ireland’s group games, having purchased the rights before Amazon joined the race.

Channel 4’s coverage will begin at 2.15pm with Lee McKenzie joined by Chris Ashton and Rory Best to dissect all the action, while Amazon also have secured stellar names for their punditry team – including the likes of Sam Warburton, Topsy Ojo and Bryan Habana.

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