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How to watch Round 4 of the Six Nations Under-20s in the UK and Ireland

How to watch Round 4 of the Six Nations Under-20s in the UK and Ireland

Jack Bates with Cathal Forde and Alex Kendellen

We are now past the halfway point of this year’s Six Nations Under-20s Championship with the fourth round of fixtures on the horizon – and you can watch all the action live from the comfort of your own home.

The next triple-header takes place on Wednesday as undefeated England, hoping to keep their Grand Slam dream alive, take on arch rivals and Championship hosts Wales in Cardiff.

Before that Italy face Ireland in the opening game of the day – with the Italians looking to move level on points with their opponents – before France battle it out with Scotland.

As ever there are a number of ways for fans in the UK and Ireland to follow the action across all 240 high-octane minutes of rugby.

Wednesday July 7, Cardiff Arms Park

Italy v Ireland, 2pm BST – Live on S4C Clic and Six Nations YouTube / Facebook Live

In the day’s opening fixture, title chasing Ireland face Italy at Arms Park.

The two teams come into the game off the back of contrasting fortunes in Round 3.

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The Italians got their first victory of the Championship, with a 43-3 win over Scotland. Ireland on the other hand, were beaten by England 24-15 in what was their first defeat of the 2021 campaign.

Sam Riley scores a try

This game gets underway at 2pm and you watch every minute live on the Six Nations YouTube channel as well as Facebook Live – options also available to fans in Ireland.

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.

France v Scotland, 5pm BST – Live on S4C Clic and Six Nations YouTube / Facebook Live

After a disappointing championship so far with three defeats from three matches, Scotland will be desperate to get some points on the board when they take on France.

The French come into this one off the back of an impressive 36-19 win over Wales and could move second in the Championship with another victory.

A fourth defeat for Scotland would leave their chances of avoiding the wooden spoon, slim at best.

This one kicks off at 5pm and fans in both the UK and Ireland can watch every minute live on the Six Nations YouTube channel as well as Facebook Live.

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.

England v Wales, 8pm BST – Live on BBC Iplayer (via S4C live stream), S4C Clic, S4C and Six Nations YouTube / Facebook Live

Wales will be out to end any chance of an England Grand Slam when the two teams meet in the final game of the day in Cardiff.

Ioan Cunningham’s side will have to improve on their display against France in the previous round, where they went down 36-19.

If England can come through this meeting with their 100 percent winning record still intact, only Italy will stand between them and the clean sweep, and first crown since 2017.

This match will be shown live on BBC IPlayer (via S4C live stream), as well as on the Six Nations YouTube channel and Facebook Live – options also available to fans in Ireland.

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.