Wales vs Ireland TV details ahead of Six Nations clash

Wales will be hoping their 2021 Six Nations campaign is an improvement on last year’s.

The 2019 champions won just a single game in 2020, finishing fifth in the final standings.

This year they host Ireland on the opening weekend, hoping for a repeat of last time the men in green visited the Principality Stadium in the Six Nations.

Wales ran out 25-7 winners in 2019, their biggest victory margin over Ireland since 1976, to seal a 12th Grand Slam and fourth since the tournament’s expansion to six teams in 2000.

Last year, however, Ireland overcame the Welsh in Dublin, winning 24-14.

What time is Wales vs Ireland?

Wales and Ireland play the final game of the Six Nations opening weekend.

Kick-off is at 3pm in Cardiff.

Like all other games, it will be played behind closed doors.

Wales vs Ireland TV channel and live stream

Whereas both of Saturday’s matches were shown on ITV1, today’s fixture will be broadcast on BBC One.

Coverage will begin at 2pm and be fronted, as ever, by John Inverdale, with analysis from Sam Warburton, Jamie Heaslip and Martin Johnson and Eddie Butler on the microphone.

Fans will also be able to stream the game through the iPlayer.

Anyone wishing to watch the game with Welsh commentary can tune into S4C.

Next fixtures

Next weekend Wales will travel to Edinburgh to play Scotland at Murrayfield, while Ireland host France at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

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