Six Nations 2023: Fixtures, results, how to watch and latest odds for Super Saturday


The stage is set for one of the great days in Irish rugby tomorrow as Andy Farrell’s men attempt their first Six Nations clean sweep, in Dublin, on the weekend when the country celebrates St Patrick’s Day.

Standing in their way are an England team still licking their wounds after last week’s thrashing, at home, by France. “All odds are against us,” says England’s Ellis Genge. “It’s more so now about proving a point that we have got some fight in us.”

On the final weekend, the three Six Nations matches run one after the other. The day starts with Scotland v Italy at 12.30pm on the BBC, followed by France v Wales at 2.45pm on ITV and rounded off by Ireland v England at 5pm, also on ITV.

The battle for the wooden spoon is between Wales and Italy. For a full guide to the possible finishes this weekend, see our explanation of the permutations

Six Nations 2023 fixtures and TV schedule 

Round one

Saturday, February 4

Wales 10 Ireland 34 

England 23 Scotland 29

Sunday, February 5

Italy 24 France 29

Round two

Saturday, February 11 

Ireland 32 France 19

Scotland 35 Wales 7

Sunday, February 12

England 31 Italy 14

Round three 

Saturday, February 25

Italy 20 Ireland 34

Wales 10 England 20

Sunday, February 26

France 32 Scotland 21

Round four

Saturday, March 11

Italy 17 Wales 29

England 10 France 53

Sunday, March 12

Scotland 7 Ireland 22

Round five 

Saturday, March 18

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

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

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

Latest results table

How to watch the Six Nations live 

Scotland v Italy is on the BBC, while France v Wales and Ireland v England are both on ITV. 

Best of the latest odds to win

  • Ireland: 4/7
  • France: 20/1

Odds correct as of March 12