The Six Nations returns this weekend after a break of just over three months.
Last year’s tournament was of course suspended in March, before the final fixtures were finally played at the end of October.
England emerged as Six Nations champions, pipping France to the title.
Wales, who won the championship in 2019, had a torrid Six Nations last year, winning just one match and finishing fifth in the standings.
The 2021 Six Nations, like the final games in 2020 and last year’s Autumn Nations Cup, will be played behind closed doors, so TV will be the only way fans can enjoy the tournament.
Six Nations fixtures
England start their Six Nations defence at Twickenham on Saturday when they take on Scotland in the Calcutta Cup.
Here are the all the fixtures in this year’s tournament:
Italy vs France – Saturday February 6, 2.15pm (ITV1)
England vs Scotland – Saturday February 6, 4.45pm (ITV1)
Wales vs Ireland – Sunday February 7, 3pm (BBC One)
England vs Italy – Saturday February 13, 2.15pm (ITV)
Scotland vs Wales – Saturday February 13, 4.45pm (BBC)
Ireland vs France – Sunday February 14, 3pm (ITV)
Italy vs Ireland – Saturday February 27, 2.15pm (ITV)
Wales vs England – Saturday February 27, 4.45pm (BBC)
France vs Scotland – Sunday February 28, 3pm (BBC)
Italy vs Wales – Saturday March 13, 2.15pm (ITV)
England vs France – Saturday March 13, 4.45pm (ITV)
Scotland vs Ireland – Sunday March 14, 3pm (BBC)
Scotland vs Italy – Saturday March 20, 2.15pm (BBC)
Ireland vs England – Saturday March 20, 4.45pm (ITV)
Francs vs Wales – Saturday March 20, 8pm (BBC)
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