The Women’s Six Nations returns to the fore after a rest week as the battle for the title reaches the business end of the Championship.
Reigning champions England remain in pole position to retain their crown, sitting top of the standings as the only unbeaten team with three wins from three.
But Simon Middleton’s side face a stern test against Wales in the Round 4 curtain-raiser before Scotland welcome France to Scotstoun in the weekend’s other game.
Ireland’s fixture against Italy was due to wrap up the action but has been postponed.
And judging by the opening three weekends of this year’s Women’s Six Nations, Round 4 will be one not to miss – here’s how you can get your tickets.
ENGLAND V WALES – SATURDAY, MARCH 7, KICK-OFF 12.05PM, TWICKENHAM STOOP
The Red Roses remain on course for back-to-back Grand Slam titles after beating Ireland in Round 3, with just two games between them and another Women’s Six Nations clean sweep.
Middleton’s charges ran in five tries to see off Ireland before the fallow weekend, with Sarah Hunter, Abby Dow, Jess Breach, Vicky Fleetwood and Sarah McKenna crossing the whitewash.
That bonus-point triumph followed equally impressive wins over France and Scotland on the road but their Grand Slam credentials will face another examination by Wales.
It has been a tough Championship so far for a Wales team in transition but captain Siwan Lillicrap is confident her youthful side are heading in the right direction.
A narrow 9-15 defeat to Italy opened their Women’s Six Nations before they also went down 31-12 to Ireland and 50-0 to 2018 champions France at Cardiff Arms Park.
SCOTLAND V FRANCE – SATURDAY, MARCH 7, KICK-OFF 7.45PM, SCOTSTOUN STADIUM
With just three points separating France from leaders England, they will aware that they can’t avoid any slip-ups if they are to keep the pressure up on the Red Roses.
Following their last-gasp defeat to the defending champions on the opening weekend, Les Bleues bounced back with a stylish 45-10 victory over Italy at the Stade Beaublanc.
Another bonus-point win followed in Round 3 against Wales in Cardiff, running in eight tries in total as both Cyrielle Banet and Laure Sansus grabbing doubles in the 50-0 win.
But they will be facing a Scotland side with a point to prove after a frustrating Championship to date, which has seen Philip Doyle’s side lose 18-14 to Ireland and 53-0 to England.
Their match against Italy in the last round was postponed, giving the players an extra week to prepare their welcome for France as Scotland bid for their first win of the Championship.