Guide to the Guinness Six Nations andkick off times, fixtures, tickets and tv listings Guide to the Guinness Six Nations andkick off times, fixtures, tickets and tv listings The and Six Nations will once again see the EnglandFranceIrelandItalyScotland and Wales international rugby union teams take each other on over the course of five thrilling rugby-packed weekends of fixtures. This is an international competition that takes place annually, with each of the six sides playing each other once. The Guinness Six Nations table and all historic six nations tables are available on our dedicated 6 nations tables page with detailed points breakdowns and league standings. All of the fixtures in the and Guinness Six Nations will be available for you to watch live.
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Eddie Jones' men are in action in Newcastle for the first time since their thrashing of Ireland a fortnight ago, while Conor O'Shea's Italy will be looking to bounce back from a defeat to France at the weekend. Here's everything you need to know about tonight's game.
Rugby World Cup live stream: how to watch the quarter
What time is England v Italy? England v Italy gets under way at 7.
- Rugby's four top ranked nations remain and so far the tournament has certainly lived up to the hype.
- Russia game at 6.
- Japan have 14 points, Ireland are second on 11 while Scotland are in third on 10 points. A win for Japan would see them top the group with Ireland second.
- Live on TV Guide to the Six Nations , kick off times, fixtures, tickets and tv listings The Six Nations will once again see the England , France , Ireland , Italy , Scotland and Wales international rugby union teams take each other on over the course of five thrilling rugby-packed weekends of fixtures.
- The Japanese are among a number of lower-ranked nations hoping to cause a stir on the big stage they did just that four years ago by beating South Africa , but what about the main contenders for the crown? For England, anything other than winning the tournament is likely to be seen as a disaster.
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What's the team news? England boss Eddie Jones has selected three players not involved in his official Rugby World Cup squad for his matchday 23 to face Italy. Joe Marchant starts at outside centre, while lock Charlie Ewels and flanker Matt Kvesic have been named on the bench.
Scotland Fixtures on TV
Owen Farrell captains the side, while debutant Ruaridh McConnochie has been named on the right wing, after injury issues prevented a debut against Wales, with Anthony Watson at full back. Read More Is it on TV?
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- Gathering them is the tricky part. Unfortunately, not all of us have put enough pennies away to make the trip to the Land of the Rising Sun but at least we have our televisions.
- Back-to-back champions New Zealand look set to start the tournament as favourites but they have some fearsome northern hemisphere challengers in the shape of Ireland, England and Six Nations champions Wales.
- A wounded Ireland are put to the sword by a dashing Argentina side, full of vim and vigour, under the Millennium Stadium roof. Los Pumas run out handsome winners in Cardiff.
- See all the quarter-final action, wherever you are Shares Image credit: Rugby World Cup Has it really been four years? It seems only last month Japan were causing the upset of the last Rugby World Cup by beating South Africa in the pool stage, and now they face the same team in the quarter-finals on home turf.
What have the coaches said? Then we hop on the plane and are ready to go to Japan.
Now our focus is on England.