Ireland v England, Six Nations 2023: What time is kick-off and on which TV channels?
England face Grand Slam, title contenders and unbeaten Ireland in Dublin in the final round of 2023 Six Nations.
The two will enter the match with contrasting records.Steve Borthwick The men suffered a record home defeat To France on Saturday at Twickenham Ireland continued to impress I saw Scotland off at Murrayfield.
When and where is Ireland v England?
Ireland will play England on Saturday 18 March at Aviva Stadium in Dublin. The match will start at 5pm GMT he.
Other games for the weekend (all Saturdays) Scotland v Italy 12:30pm with BT Murrayfield France v Wales2:45 pm, Stade de France.
What TV channels are England v France on?
The match will be broadcast live on ITV1 starting at noon. The radio broadcast is BBC Radio 5 Live.
who is the referee?
Jaco Peiper from South Africa will be in charge of this game. The full team of officers is:
Referee: Jaco Paper (SARU)
Assistant Referee 1: Ben O’Keeffe (NZR)
Assistant Referee 2: Pierre Brousset (FFR)
TMOs: Marius Jonker (SARU)
What’s the latest team news?
England XV: Bucks – Freddie Steward, Anthony Watson, Henry Slade, Manu Tuiragi, Henry Arundel, Owen Farrell, Jack Van Portvliet
Forwards – Ellis Genji, Jamie George, Kyle Sinkler, Maro Itoje, David Ribbins, Louis Ludlum, Jack Willis, Alex Donbrandt.
Replacement: Jack Walker, Mako Vnipola, Dan Cole, Nick Isikwe, Ben Curry, Alex Mitchell, Marcus Smith, Joe Marchant
Ireland XV: Bucks – Hugo Keenan, Mack Hansen, Robbie Henshaw, Bundy Aki, James Lowe, Johnny Sexton, Jamison Gibson Park,
Forwards – Andrew Porter, Dan Sheehan, Tad Furlong, Ryan Baird, James Ryan, Peter O’Mahony, Josh Van Der Fryer, Sealand Doris
Replacement: Rob Herring, Sian Healy, Tom O’Toole, Kieran Treadwell, Jack Conan, Connor Murray, Ross Byrne, Jimmy O’Brien
What happened with this fixture in 2022?
2022 match against Ireland at Twickenham emerging 32-15 winner, Earn bonus points. England fought hard after being reduced to her fourteen early on, but ultimately fell short in another disappointing campaign.
Four tries from Hugo Keenan, James Lowe, Jack Connan and Finlay Beerum kept Ireland hopes of the championship alive.
England failed to score a try but managed five penalties, all scored by Marcus Smith to score a possible 6 to 5.