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6 Nations - 12:30pm: Italy v Scotland - 2:45pm: England v Ireland - 5pm: Wales v France.


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Italy v Scotland

Date: Saturday 17th March 2018
Venue: Walcot House
Kick Off: 12:30pm (GMT)
Referee: Pascal Gauzere (France)
Walcot House Screen: 5Metre - 4k Projector Screen

Italy and Scotland will get proceedings underway on the final day of the 2018 Six Nations Championship when they meet at Stadio Olimpico in Rome on 'Super Saturday' 17th March. 

Scotland beat Italy 29-0 during the 2017 Championship. More recently, Scotland beat Italy 34-13 in Singapore during a summer tour.

Italy and Scotland have contested a total of 28 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1996. Scotland have won 20 of those matches, whilst Italy have won eight matches.

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England v Ireland

Date: Saturday 17th March 2018
Venue: Walcot House
Kick Off: 2:45pm
Referee: Angus Gardner (Australia)
Walcot House Screen: 5Metre - 4k Projector Screen

England will face Ireland at Twickenham Stadium on St. Patrick's Day, Saturday 17th March. This will be the second of three matches taking place on the final day of the 2018 Six Nations Championship.

Ireland denied England a second successive Grand Slam by beating them 13-9 in the final match of the 2017 Championship.

England and Ireland have contested a total of 132 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1875. England have won 76 of those matches, whilst Ireland have won 48 matches. There have also been eight drawn matches between the two teams.

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Wales v France

Date: Saturday 17th March 2018
Venue: Walcot House
Kick Off: 5:00pm
Referee: Ben O'Keeffe (New Zealand)
Walcot House Screen: 5Metre - 4k Projector Screen

Wales will take on France at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 17th March, in what will be the final match of the 2018 Six Nations Championship.

Wales will be looking to avenge their 20-18 defeat during the 2017 Championship, in which France scored a try in the 20th minute of overtime.

Wales and France have contested a total of 95 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1908. Wales have won 48 of those matches, whilst France have won 44 matches. There have also been three drawn matches between the two nations.