The Guinness Six Nations returns this weekend for an intriguing Round 3 – and fans across Ireland can watch every moment of the drama unfold.
All three matches will be shown live, starting with France’s trip to Edinburgh to face Scotland on Saturday.
After a narrow defeat to Wales in Cardiff in Round 2, the hosts will be eager to reignite their Championship hopes at BT Murrayfield.
Their memorable Round 1 victory over England displayed just how tough it is for visiting sides to win in the Scottish capital.
France, though, will provide a stern test, as Les Bleus are the only team to have won both their matches in the 2022 Guinness Six Nations.
Should they secure a first win in Edinburgh since 2014, they will be over halfway towards a Grand Slam.
Virgin Media One will be broadcasting the game across Ireland, with coverage starting at 1.30pm, before kick-off at 2.15pm.
Once that match concludes, it will be time to head south as England’s welcome Wales to Twickenham – with coverage of the game available via RTÉ across Ireland.
Both sides bounced back from opening day defeats by winning in Round 2 and will lock horns in London for the latest instalment of the age-old rivalry.
Wales have not won at Twickenham in the Guinness Six Nations in ten years, but they did dispatch England 40-24 in last year’s encounter in Cardiff. RTÉ will be on air from 4pm before the game kicks off at 4.45pm.
Virgin Media will be the place to watch on Sunday, when Ireland welcome Italy to the Aviva Stadium.
The men in green suffered a 30-24 defeat away to France in Round 2, while Italy were beaten by England in Rome.
Both sides will be looking for a response and Virgin Media One will have the action, with coverage starting at 2pm and kick-off at 3pm.
Fans in Northern Ireland have a choice of channel and can find the UK listings here.
SATURDAY 26 FEBRUARY
Scotland v France
Watch live on Virgin Media One HD from 1.30pm, kick-off at 2.15pm
England v Wales
Watch live on RTÉ 2 HD from 4pm, kick-off at 4.45pm
SUNDAY 27 FEBRUARY
Ireland v Italy
Watch live on Virgin Media One HD from 2pm, kick-off at 3pm