After a blockbuster weekend of thrilling action, the Guinness Six Nations is perfectly poised as we head into Round 2 this weekend – and fans across Ireland don’t have to miss a beat.
As ever, all three matches will be shown live and the action begins in Cardiff on Saturday, as Wales host Scotland.
The hosts will be desperate for a response to their opening-day defeat to Ireland in Dublin and welcome a Scotland side that have not won at Principality Stadium since 2002.
But this Scotland side is made of different stuff, as they showed by winning the Calcutta Cup.
Last year, they ended long away hoodoos at Twickenham and Stade de France and now have the Principality in their sights.
RTÉ will show the game across Ireland, with the team on air from 1.30pm, 45 minutes before kick-off.
When that game finishes, it will be time to switch to Virgin Media One for the heavyweight clash between France and Ireland at the Stade de France.
Both teams have Grand Slam aspirations following strong opening-weekend wins but only one can emerge unbeaten, making this a mouth-watering tie. Virgin Media will be on air from 4pm, with the game kicking off at 4.45pm.
Virgin Media will also round out the weekend in Rome, where Italy host England at the Stadio Olimpico.
Both teams will be hoping to get their Championship charge back on track following Round 1 defeats and Virgin Media will have every angle covered, with the team on air from 2pm.
Fans in Northern Ireland have a choice of channel and can find the UK listings here.
SATURDAY 12 FEBRUARY
Wales v Scotland
Watch live on RTÉ 2 HD from 1.30pm, kick-off at 2.15pm
France v Ireland
Watch live on Virgin Media One HD from 4pm, kick-off at 4.45pm
SUNDAY 13 FEBRUARY
Italy v England
Watch live on Virgin Media One HD from 2pm, kick-off at 3pm