With Ireland still in the hunt for the 2022 Guinness Six Nations title heading into Round 4, here’s how you can watch all the action unfold in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Andy Farrell’s men bounced back from defeat to Grand Slam-chasing France in Round 2 with a convincing 57-6 win over Italy last time out.
But they face a stern test at Twickenham against an England side that prevailed against Wales in Round 3 thanks to 18 points from the boot of fly-half Marcus Smith.
Saturday’s 4.45pm kick-off is being broadcast live across Ireland on RTÉ 2 with coverage beginning at 4pm to round off an action-packed weekend which gets underway on Friday night.
France travel to the Principality Stadium to face Wales under the lights in the first meeting between the two sides since Les Bleus denied Wayne Pivac’s men a Grand Slam in last year’s Championship.
This time it is the visitors who are closing in on a clean sweep with a win in the game that starts at 8pm on Friday. Coverage gets underway across Ireland on RTÉ 2 at 7.30pm.
Saturday’s action begins in Rome with Scotland travelling to take on Italy and Virgin Media have you covered.
Both sides lost in Round 3 so will be looking to put down a marker ahead of Super Saturday with the extra bonus of the winner taking home a new trophy in the The Cuttitta Cup.
You can tune in from 1.30pm on Virgin Media One across Ireland, with kick-off at 2.15pm.
Fans in Northern Ireland have a choice of channel and can find the UK listings here.
FRIDAY 11 MARCH
Wales v France
Watch live on RTÉ 2HD from 7.30pm, kick-off at 8pm
SATURDAY 12 MARCH
Italy v Scotland
Watch live on Virgin Media One HD from 1.30pm, kick-off at 2.15pm.
England v Ireland
Watch live on RTÉ 2HD from 4pm, kick-off at 4.45pm.