The Six Nations 2019 Championship enters its fourth round this weekend with plenty to pay for.
Wales are still on for the Grand Slam after their victory over England in round three. Eddie Jones’s side still harbour hopes of winning the championship, but will hope Wales slip up against Scotland.
Wales’ win against the English secured a national record 12th successive victory and they will be hoping to make it 13. Elsewhere, Ireland play France in Dublin.
All matches will be shown live on either the BBC or ITV. Every Wales game will also be shown on S4C. FR2 will be broadcasting every game in France, TV3 in Ireland and DMAX in Italy. In America, NBC will broadcast every game of the Championship.
When did Six Nations 2019 start?
The 2019 Six Nations kicked off on February 1, when Wales beat France 24-19 in the opening match at the Stade de France in Paris.
Six Nations fixtures & TV schedule 2019
RESULTS SO FAR
See the latest standings here.
France 19 Wales 24…. Stade de France (Paris)…. Friday, February 1…. 8pm GMT…. BBC
Scotland 33 Italy 20… Murrayfield (Edinburgh)…. Saturday, February 2…. 2.15pm GMT…. BBC
Ireland 20 England 32…. Aviva Stadium (Dublin)…. Saturday, February 2…. 4.45pm GMT…. ITV