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Where to get your tickets for Round 3 of the Women’s Six Nations

Where to get your tickets for Round 3 of the Women’s Six Nations

The Women’s Six Nations returns this weekend with three matches that are set to bring more thrills and spills to keep fans entertained.

It all takes place on Sunday, kicking off at Cardiff Arms Park where Wales face France.

England will then host Ireland in Doncaster before Italy and Scotland battle it out at Stadio Giovanni Mari.

Judging by the opening two weekends of this year’s Championship, Round 3 will be one not to miss and here’s how you can get your tickets.

WALES V FRANCE – SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, KICK-OFF 12PM, CARDIFF ARMS PARK

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After defeats to Italy and Ireland, Wales will hope it will be third time lucky when they take on France.

Wales will be desperate to secure that elusive victory and get their campaign up and running in front of their home fans.

However, France will be buoyed after bouncing back from their opening-weekend defeat to England with a 45-10 win over Italy.

And Annick Hayraud’s side will now be aiming to pick up their first away win.

ENGLAND V IRELAND – SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, KICK-OFF 12.45PM, CASTLE PARK

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This will be the first chance England’s fans get to see their heroes in action on home soil after the Red Roses spent the opening two rounds on the road.

England beat France 19-13 at Stade du Hameau before running out 53-0 winners against Scotland at BT Murrayfield.

The back-to-back triumphs saw them rise to the top of the table which is where they will hope to stay as they bid to defend their title.

But Ireland will arrive in Doncaster on the back of wins over Scotland and Wales and will be aiming to continue their own quest for glory.

ITALY V SCOTLAND – SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, KICK-OFF 4PM (GMT), STADIO GIOVANNI MARI

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Like England, Italy will also be making their home bow in this year’s Championship and will look to give their supporters plenty of reasons to cheer.

Andrea Di Giandomenico’s side have already got a win on the board, beating Wales in Round 1 but they were then well beaten by France at Stade Beaublanc.

Scotland will also be smarting having lost heavily to England in the previous round and will see this fixture as an opportunity to pick up their first victory.