Three teams are still in the title hunt as the 2022 Guinness Six Nations returns for Round 4 – and you can watch all the action unfold live from the comfort of your home.
A Friday night thriller gets the drama underway as reigning champions Wales welcome France to Cardiff as Wayne Pivac’s men attempt to avenge their defeat in Paris last year.
Wales had been going for a Grand Slam of their own only to fall at the final hurdle against Les Bleus, who are now on course for their own clean sweep 12 months later.
BBC One HD will be broadcasting the game across Great Britain and Northern Ireland, with Gabby Logan hosting the coverage from 7.30pm before kick-off at 8pm.
Welsh language viewers can also tune in to S4C from 7.30pm for what promises to be an enthralling contest as Wales look to bounce back from defeat to England in Round 3.
The action continues with a double header on Saturday, starting with Scotland’s trip to Rome to face Italy for The Cuttitta Cup – a new trophy celebrating Massimo Cuttitta’s contribution to rugby.
Italy are yet to taste victory in this year’s Championship while Scotland have lost back-to-back games to Wales and France, meaning both are looking to get back to winning ways.
ITV will be on air from 1.30pm before the game kicks off at 2.15pm.
And you don’t need to go anywhere for the final game of the weekend as ITV will also be the place to watch England and Ireland collide at Twickenham straight after.
Eddie Jones’ men have recovered from their opening Calcutta Cup defeat to beat Italy and Wales to keep their hopes alive going into the business end of the Championship.
Ireland are also in the mix thanks to wins against Wales and Italy, either side of a 30-24 defeat to France, with Andy Farrell’s men sitting second in the table one point ahead of their hosts.
Only the winner is likely to still stand a chance of overtaking France on Super Saturday so the stakes could not be any higher for the Round 4 showdown in London.
ITV will be on air from 4.15pm ahead of the kick-off at 4.45pm.
Fans in Northern Ireland have a choice of channel and can find the Ireland listings here.
FRIDAY 11 MARCH
Wales v France
Watch live on BBC ONE HD from 7.30pm, kick-off at 8pm
Watch live on S4C HD from 7.30pm, kick-off at 8pm
SATURDAY 12 MARCH
Italy v Scotland
Watch live on ITV HD from 1.30pm, kick-off at 2.15pm
England v Ireland
Watch live on ITV HD from 4.15pm, kick-off at 4.45pm