It may be a rest week for the 2019 Guinness Six Nations but your can still get your Championship fix this weekend.
With all six countries fine-tuning their preparations for the final two rounds, we’re taking you back to 2015 and showing you one of the three matches from Super Saturday, in full, on the Guinness Six Nations Facebook page.
And the best news is – you can decide which match we’ll be viewing at our Facebook Watchparty!
Frankly, you can’t go wrong with any of the three options from the greatest final day in Championship history but let us know which you fancy in our poll below and the game with the most votes will be shown in full on Sunday.
If you need help deciding – here’s a quick reminder how the games played out on a day that started with four teams still in title contention and ended with Ireland lifting the Championship trophy following 221 points and 27 tries.
Wales headed to Rome knowing they needed a huge victory over Italy to give themselves a chance of sneaking the 2015 Championship title on points difference and a second-half blitz put them in the mix.
Things didn’t look so bright for the Welsh at half-time as they only had a narrow 14-13 lead thanks to Jamie Roberts’ early try and three penalties from Leigh Halfpenny and Dan Biggar.
But Warren Gatland stirred his troops to a scintillating seven-try second half as Liam Williams got the ball rolling, George North nabbed a ten-minute hat-trick and Rhys Webb, Sam Warburton and then Scott Williams all went over to clear the 60-point barrier.
A late Leonardo Sarto effort, converted by Luciano Orquera, dampened the Welsh enthusiasm somewhat and that seven points was ultimately the difference between finishing second and third in the table.
Wales had laid down the benchmark and Ireland now needed to not only beat Scotland at BT Murrayfield but do so by 20 points or more to overhaul their Celtic rivals.
They started like a train in Edinburgh as skipper Paul O’Connell ploughed over after just four minutes and although Sean O’Brien crossed on 24 minutes, Finn Russell’s try kept Scotland in the contest meaning the score was only 20-10 at half-time.
But after the break, Johnny Sexton’s boot – combined with Jared Payne’s try and another O’Brien score – kept building the lead and the visitors eventually did enough to record a 30-point win, putting them ten clear of Wales in the points difference stakes.
Now, all Joe Schmidt’s men could do was watch and wait – knowing England had to beat France by 26 points or more at Twickenham to pinch the title.
What ensued at Twickenham was nothing short of madness. Glorious, unadulterated rugby madness!
Ben Youngs set the tone by dotting down in the very first minute of play but neither team looked in the mood to stick to a solid defensive structure as the sides traded tries – Les Bleus moving 15-7 up before England led 27-15 at the break.
Stuart Lancaster’s men needed more in the second half to deny Ireland and looked to have finally subdued France’s resolve when Jack Nowell’s 74th-minute score put them 55-35 to the good – just one converted try away from winning the Championship.
George Ford kicked a penalty to the corner in the dying stages as England desperately searched for that all-important score but eventually, Rory Kockott booted the ball into the stands to end the madness.
That left England an agonising six points short and ensured Ireland won a second Championship in as many years after the most Super of Saturdays.
Whatever game you vote to watch in full – make sure you visit our Facebook page on Sunday and join the Watchparty!