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England against Ireland in the Six Nations at Twickenham

The only two teams left with a chance to win the Grand Slam are England and Ireland, who will play each other in the men’s Six Nations on March 9.

The premier rugby competition in Europe is returning this year, but it will not be held this weekend. Play resumes on March 9. This implies that you have plenty of time to allow us to show you where to get free live streaming of the Six Nations.

the Guinness Six Nations contest between England and Ireland, multi-platinum singer-songwriter Rag’n’Bone Man will perform a halftime act.

The three-time Brit winner and his band will play some of his biggest hits to an 82,000-strong crowd in the middle of the Twickenham pitch from a specially-rigged platform in what is already a highly anticipated international match.

When is England v Ireland?

Scotland and England meet on Saturday, March 9. The match kicks off at 4.45pm (GMT).

Where is England v Ireland taking place?

At Twickenham, the home of English rugby.

How to watch Scotland v England on TV

The match will be broadcast live on ITV.

England vs Ireland Six Nations

In the Six Nations, England will play Ireland at Twickenham in an attempt to recover from their crushing loss to Scotland at Murrayfield.

After being thoroughly outplayed in Edinburgh, Steve Borthwick’s team now has to be ready to meet Ireland, who have so far looked like the best team in the Six Nations.

They defeated Wales 31–7 in Dublin, demonstrating their exceptional play. Now, they take on a team they haven’t lost to in three and a half years.

Ireland, the defending champions, defeated France handily to start the 2024 competition. In Dublin, Andy Farrell’s squad defeated Italy 36-0 to cap off the victory. England, on the other hand, has won the first two rounds against Wales and Italy.

Ireland defeated England in the championship round of the 2023 tournament, capturing the Grand Slam. England will desire a retaliation against Twickenham.

Ireland head coach Farrell has had to tone down speculation of the first back-to-back Grand Slams in the Six Nations era after his team’s early results in this year’s championship. In contrast, England manager Steve Borthwick is seeking improvement.

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