The Six Nations Under-20s is two rounds in and a terrific third helping is set for Thursday with all six sides again in action.
The latest triple-header pits two Championship front-runners against one another as Ireland take on England while both France and Wales are aiming to keep their own title ambitions alive as they meet in the second game of the day.
Scotland and Italy are hoping to get off the mark for the competition in the opener and there are a variety of ways for fans in the UK and Ireland to follow the action across all 240 high-octane minutes of rugby.
Thursday July 1, Cardiff Arms Park
Two sides looking for their first win of the Championship kick off Round 3 as Scotland meet Italy.
Sean Lineen’s side have fought hard against Ireland and England only to end on the losing side while the Azzurrini came within a whisker of overcoming France in a hard-fought battle last time out.
In Wales, supporters have the option of watching on S4C Clic, with both Welsh and English commentary available.
To access S4C Clic, visit the S4C Clic website or download the S4C Clic app.
Both these sides have had a mixed Championship to date, with a win and a defeat apiece under their belts – making this one a crunch encounter.
France’s defensive wall came to the fore as they held on to beat Italy in Round 2, while Wales will be looking to bounce back after Ireland proved too strong in the final clash of the day.
Welsh fans looking to get behind their side have several ways of do so, with the game live on S4C with both Welsh and English commentary options. To access S4C Clic, visit the S4C Clic website or download the S4C Clic app.
Unbeaten records are on the line in the final match of Round 3 as in-form sides Ireland and England meet in a titanic battle.
Richie Murphy’s Ireland outfit followed up a five-try victory over Scotland by going one better against Wales and will now look to complete the Triple Crown for the third consecutive year.
England have looked impressive themselves in beating France and Scotland and could take a big step towards their first crown since 2017 with victory on Thursday.
The match is being shown live on S4C Clic while supporters can also savour the action live on the Six Nations YouTube channel and Facebook Live – fans in Republic of Ireland can see the game live on the RTÉ Player.