Matches, results, how to watch and the latest odds

Anthony Watson and Freddie Steward celebrate – Six Nations 2023 fixtures, results, tips & latest odds – David Rogers/Getty Images

England secured their second consecutive victory in this year’s Six Nations by beating Wales 20-10 in Cardiff to add to their home victory over Italy.

Earlier in the day, the Italians put in a spirited performance against Ireland, but the latter kept their nerve by 34-20 to keep their Grand Slam bid on course.

The final game of the weekend promises to be an interesting one – between France, world no. While Ireland are favorites to win this year’s tournament, Scotland remain hopeful ahead of Sunday’s game in Paris.

Six Nations 2023 Fixtures and TV Guide

round one

Saturday February 4th

Wales 10 Ireland 34

England 23 Scotland 29

Sunday February 5th

Italy 24 France 29

round two

Saturday February 11th

Ireland 32 France 19

Scotland 35 Wales 7

Sunday February 12th

England 31 Italy 14

round three

Saturday February 25th

Italy 20 Ireland 34

Wales 10 England 20

Sunday February 26th

France vs Scotland, 3pm, at the Stade de France (Paris) itv

round four

Saturday March 11th

Italy-Wales, 2.15pm, at the Stadio Olimpico (Rome), itv

England v France, 4.45pm, in Twickenham (London), ITV and BBC

Sunday March 12th

Scotland v Ireland, 3pm, BT Murrayfield (Edinburgh), BBC

round five

Saturday March 18th

Scotland vs Italy, 12.30pm, BT Murrayfield (Edinburgh), BBC

France vs Wales, 2.45pm, at the Stade de France (Paris) itv

Ireland vs England, 5pm, at Aviva Stadium (Dublin), itv

Last results table

How to watch the Six Nations live

Every game in the league is broadcast live on the BBC or ITV.

The BBC has lost the rights to broadcast France’s home games in the men’s Six Nations in 2022, meaning all matches in Paris will be shown on ITV. England games are shared between the broadcasters, which began sharing rights to the competition in 2016.

S4C will broadcast all Wales matches live and RTE will broadcast seven of the 15 matches live, including all matches in Ireland.

Six Nations 2023 Finals

The 2023 Six Nations began on Saturday 4 February when Wales were clearly beaten by Ireland in Cardiff. This was followed by Scotland’s brilliant win over England at Twickenham. Rounding out the first weekend was France, many people’s favorites for the title, beating Italy 29-24 in a hard-fought duel.

In round two Ireland secured a comfortable win over France and Wales were taught a lesson by Scotland before England outclassed Italy.

The tournament ends on March 18 – the “Super Saturday” – when all three matches start back-to-back on the same day.

The best of the latest odds

  • Ireland: 4/7

  • Scotland: 7/1

  • England: 25/1

  • France: 35/1

  • Wales: 1,000/1

  • Italy: 5,000/1

Quotas valid from February 22nd

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