2023 men Six Nations The third round is on its way to an exciting conclusion, with a second and final rest week following the completed fixtures, and preparing all six countries for even a two-week sprint.

Ireland is on its way to a grand slam beat Welsh at Cardiff on opening day before knocking down France in a fascinating Round 2 fixture between the two best sides in the world and made three to three Struggle for victory against brave Italy in Rome.

The Azzurri greatly impressed, despite three defeats. Little opening day loss to grand slam champions France and their fighting performance against Ireland gives real hope to repeat last year’s success and beat Wales in Round 4. With Warren Gatland only narrowly avoiding a player strike that canceled their 3rd Round match against England, Wales were in complete disarray and wooden spoon will be on the line When they encountered Kieran Crowley’s men.

Scotland followed up with a dramatic Kolkata Cup win against England in the opening round with Wales’ record defeat and then they had the misfortune of seeing their grand slam prospects ended in Paris during an exciting Test match, France as they head back to Ireland from a Round 2 loss to keep their title hopes alive. Meanwhile, England are building under new coach Steve Borthwick and the Kolkata Cup has replaced their disappointment to start the Six Nations. a much more impressive 31-14 victory over Italy and A tough 20-10 win at Cardiff against a Welsh side in crisis.

Here are the Six Nations 2023 fixtures and UK TV channels:

1st round

Saturday, February 4

Wales 10-34 Ireland

England 23-29 Scotland

Sunday, February 5

Italy 24-29 France

2nd cycle

Saturday, February 11

Ireland 32-19 France

Scotland 35-7 Wales

Sunday, February 12

England 31-14 Italy

Round 3

Saturday, February 25

Italy 20-34 Ireland

Wales 10-20 England

Sunday, February 26

France 32-21 Scotland

4th round

Saturday, March 11

Italy – Wales14.15, Stadio Olimpico, Rome (ITV)

England – France16.45, Twickenham, London (ITV & BBC)

Sunday, March 12

Scotland – Ireland15:00, Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh (BBC & S4C)

Round 5

Saturday, March 18

Scotland – Italy12.30pm, Murrayfield, Edinburgh (BBC & S4C)

France – Wales, 14.45, Stade de France, Paris (ITV)

Ireland – England17:00, Aviva Stadium, Dublin (ITV)