Six Nations Rugby 2021 Live Stream


How To stream Today Two Tem playing video England vs Italy & Scotland Wales

Follow the Six Nations live Rugby match between Italy and France with Eurosport. The match starts at 15:15 on 27 February  2021. Six years ago this month, Italy beat Scotland away in round three of the Six Nations. 

In their next game they got clobbered 29-0 at home by France in what we know now to be the start of the worst run in the championship’s history. Italy and France will raise the curtain on the 2021 Six Nations at Rome’s Stadio Olimpico on Saturday afternoon.

 England vs Italy, 2.15pm on 27 February – ITV

Scotland vs Wales, 4.45 pm on 27 February – BBC and S4C

England vs Italy & Scotland Wales Live Saturday, 27 February 2021 

Here The northern hemisphere’s annual premier international rugby union competition returns after a much shorter absence than usual, with the 2020 tournament having to be concluded in October due to a seven-month delay caused by a coronavirus.

2021 Six Nations fixtures and TV channel

Round 1:

  • Italy vs France, 2.15pm on 27 February  – ITV
  • England vs Scotland, 4.45pm on 27 February  – ITV
  • Wales vs Ireland, 3pm on 7 February – BBC and S4C

Round 2:

  • England vs Italy, 2.15pm on 13 February – ITV
  • Scotland vs Wales, 4.45pm on 13 February – BBC and S4C
  • Ireland vs France, 3pm on 14 February – ITV

Round 3:

  • Italy vs Ireland, 2.15pm on 27 February – ITV
  • Wales vs England, 4.45pm on 27 February – BBC and S4C
  • France vs Scotland, 3pm on 28 February – BBC

Round 4:

  • Italy vs Wales, 2.15pm on 13 March – ITV and S4C
  • England vs France, 4.45pm on 13 March – ITV
  • Scotland vs Ireland, 3pm on 14 March – BBC

Round 5:

  • Scotland vs Italy, 2.15pm on 20 March – BBC
  • Ireland vs England, 4.45pm on 20 March – ITV
  • France vs Wales, 8pm on 20 March – BBC and S4C

They lost out to Scotland and France at the subsequent Autumn Nations Cup, with their only win in Group B automatically awarded after Fiji’s struggles with Covid-19.

France have won 19 of their 21 previous Six Nations matches against Italy (L2), including their last seven in a row, their two defeats in that time both came in Rome, in 2011 and 2013.

Italy have lost their last 27 Six Nations matches, the longest losing streak in the competition’s history, their last victory came at BT Murrayfield against Scotland in 2015, their last home win was back in 2013 against Ireland.

France achieved a cumulative points difference of +31 in the first 20 minutes of their 2020 Six Nations matches, no other side managed a double-digit points difference in this time, Italy had a -39 difference in this first quarter. 

The Six Nations will see England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales contest the Championship Trophy during February and March.

The Home Nations will contest the Triple Crown trophy as well, plus there are also various trophies such as the Calcutta Cup for key individual contests. 

Fans who miss the live coverage of the Six Nations games, or just want to relive the excitement, will be able to watch them in the UK on BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub after the event. 

The Six Nations Championship is an annually conducted rugby union tournament. The championship is played between the top six ranked European Rugby teams. The upcoming edition will be the 21st edition of Six Nations and 126th edition overall. The tournament started back in 1883 and was known as the Home Nations Championship (1883-1909 and 1932-1939). 

The Home Nations was played between England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland. Later, France was added which paved the way to the Five Nations Championship (1910-1931 and 1947-1999). Recently, Italy was also added to this group which renamed the tournament as the Six Nations Championship. 

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The 2020 Six Nations was completed in these altered circumstances, with a seven-month interruption before England won in Italy in October and took the title on points difference ahead of France, but this is the first time the whole event is at stake, and at risk.

With England and France having also finished first and second in the lesser Autumn Nations Cup, the majority of predictions, this one included, will point to their round-four meeting at Twickenham in March as deciding the title.

And here we can return to revelling in rugby, and the resurgence of the French, epitomized in the outstanding scrum-half Antoine Dupont (even though his mistaken kick out of play that gave England an ultimately crucial bonus point 12 months ago haunts him still). 

Fabien Galthié, the head coach with the thick-rimmed spectacles that might become a staple on the Paris catwalk if Les Bleus keep winning up to and including the World Cup they are staging on home soil in 2023. 

“These are plastic sports glasses that allow you to run and to fall,” Galthié has explained. “I can play squash, golf with them and I can run with the ball in training, but my mum doesn’t like them.”

An injury to fly-half Romain Ntamack has ushered in the exciting Matthieu Jalibert, but maybe the most impressive character not yet fully resonating with a British audience is Charles Ollivon, the captain and workaholic flanker.