Ireland vs England rugby: Kick-off time, TV channel and live stream free for Six Nations match

ENGLAND draw the curtain on their Six Nations campaign with a father-son clash against Ireland TODAY.

Captain Owen Farrell, rejuvenated after a brilliant performance against France, takes on dad Andy, who is Ireland head coach.


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Both sides have endured mixed Six Nations campaigns and no longer have any chance of winning the tournament.

England impressed as they downed an in-form French side but suffered a first home defeat to Scotland in 38 years and were hammered in Wales.

Meanwhile Ireland can look back fondly at a hard fought win away to the Scots but wonder what might have been after narrow defeats to the French and Welsh.

What time does Ireland vs England kick off?

  • Ireland vs England takes place on Saturday, March 20.
  • The match kicks off at 4.45pm.
  • It will be played at the Aviva Stadium.
  • When the sides last met back in November, England ran out comfortable 18-7 Autumn Nations Cup winners at Twickenham.

What TV channel is Ireland vs England on and can I live stream it?

  • Ireland vs England is live on ITV1.
  • Coverage commences at 4pm – 45 minutes before kick-off.
  • To stream the game live, head to the ITV Hub.
  • Virgin One is the Six Nations broadcaster in Ireland.

Can I watch Ireland vs England for free?

  • Yes. ITV and ITV Hub are FREE for all UK viewers.

Team news

England have made just one change from the team that triumphed over France.

Elliot Daly, who was dropped at full-back for Max Malins last week, replaces the injured Henry Slade at outside centre.

Eddie Jones said of the change: "I know how much Elliot will be looking forward to playing 13.

"Obviously, it’s disappointing for Sladey who has been playing very well but I think Elliot comes in and will be looking to show what he can do from that position.

"He’s a powerful, quick athlete and will be looking to show that on Saturday.”


Latest odds

Ireland 13/10

Draw 25/1

England 4/6

*Odds from Ladbrokes correct as of Thursday, March 18

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