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Where to watch Round Three of the Women’s Six Nations

Where to watch Round Three of the Women’s Six Nations

The Women’s Six Nations makes a welcome return after a week away this Sunday, with three more matches to whet the appetite.

The action gets underway at lunchtime as Wales welcome France to Cardiff Arms Park, with the hosts still looking to secure their first victory in this year’s Championship.

France responded well to their opening round defeat to England by beating Italy last time out, and will be hoping for a slip up from the Red Roses when they host Ireland at Doncaster’s Castle Park.

Both sides are yet to taste defeat in this year’s Women’s Six Nations, and the victor in Yorkshire will be well placed to complete a Grand Slam with two weeks remaining.

The action comes to a close in Legnano, as Scotland travel to Stadio Giovanni Mari looking to right the wrongs of their 53-0 defeat at the hands of England in Round 2.

Wales v France

Sunday February 23

Kick-off: 12.00 local time

Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff

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TV: Fans in Wales who can’t make the game on Sunday will be able to watch all the action live on S4C, while French fans can tune in to France 4 to watch the drama unfold.

If you’re planning on watching the game from Ireland or Italy a stream of the match will be available to watch on the Women’s Six Nations YouTube channel as well as the Women’s Six Nations Facebook channel.

England v Ireland

Sunday February 23

Kick-off: 12.45 local time

Castle Park, Doncaster

TV: This one will be available on Sky Sports Action for fans in the UK, while RTE will be showing the match for those in Ireland.

If you want to watch from Italy or France, a stream of the match will be available to watch on the Women’s Six Nations YouTube channel as well as the Women’s Six Nations Facebook channel.

Italy v Scotland

Sunday February 23

Kick-off: 18.10 local time

Stadio Giovanni Mari, Legnano

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TV: Eurosport will be the place to watch this one in Italy, while Scottish fans can tune in to BBC Alba.

Once again, a stream of the match will be available for fans in Ireland and France to watch on the Women’s Six Nations YouTube channel as well as the Women’s Six Nations Facebook channel.