Free Six Nations Rugby 2017 Live Streaming Week 02 online TV Broadcast Information’s and preview. 6 Nations Rugby Week 02 Start on 11 February Italy vs Ireland Live Stream,Wales vs England Live Stream and 12 February France vs Scotland Live Stream.
Last week we saw shocks, narrow misses, drama, heartbreak and everything else in-between and we’re back for more this weekend as the second weekend of Six Nations shenanigans kicks in over in Italy, Wales and France! Who’ll topple who over the next couple of days? Read on, folks!…
ITALY VS IRELAND
SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY: 2.25PM – ITV 1
ITALY 14/1 DRAW 40/1 IRELAND 1/25
Following their surprise defeat last week against Scotland, Ireland have it all to do if they are to stand a chance of lifting the crown at the end of the Six Nations. Handy then that they take on Italy, who suffered defeat to Wales last week and sit bottom of the table.
Ireland will again be without fly half Johnny Sexton for the trip to the Stadio Olimpico. Italy boss Conor O’Shea played 35 times for Ireland during his playing days and will have skipper Sergio Parisse back again, which will be a boost. They did have a good start last week against Wales before getting thumped. Against Ireland, it could well be a long afternoon for O’Shea’s Azzurri.
WALES VS ENGLAND
SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY: 4.50PM – BBC 1
WALES 13/8 DRAW 18/1 ENGLAND 4/7
This is a big ’un in the Six Nations world! England Head Coach Eddie Jones has already confirmed that Harlequins’ Jack Clifford will start for his side in Cardiff on the open-side flank, whilst Jack Nowell will come in for Jonny May on the wing.
For Wales, there’ll be a welcome return for English-born George North and fly-half Dan Biggar in the XV. Biggar was impressive in turning the Welsh fortunes around when coming on at the break in Rome last week when his side were losing and deserves his starting berth.
FRANCE 4/9 DRAW 18/1 SCOTLAND 7/4
Scotland upset the odds last week by triumphing over Ireland and will travel to the Stade de France in buoyant mood, aiming to make it two wins from two games in the Six Nations. It’s a chance for Scotland to register their first Six Nations victory in Paris since 1999.
France have history against the Scots in Paris and the last two times these two have met in the capital, the French have earned a seven-point winning margin in victories. Will this one be capital punishment for Scotland or can they continue their 100% winning record on Sunday.