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How to watch Women’s Six Nations Finals Day

Emily Scarratt scored for England against Italy

Six teams, three games, one day.

The Women’s Six Nations is set for a thrilling conclusion on Finals Day and the action will dominate our TV screens, with three juicy match-ups scheduled.

England and France will battle for the title, Italy and Ireland clash over third place and Scotland and Wales face off for fifth on an action-packed afternoon.

And, as ever, you don’t have to miss a single tackle, with the action well-covered in both the UK and Ireland.

The day begins with Ireland’s trip to Italy in the third-place play-off and the two sides are coming off contrasting results.

Ireland were overwhelmed by France and lost 56-15, while Italy rebounded from their heavy defeat to England in Round 2 with a confident victory against Scotland.

BBC iPlayer is the place to catch the action in the UK, while RTE 2 has the game in Ireland with the build-up from 11.45am.

Our second course is the main event, as England and France battle for the Women’s Six Nations title at 2pm.

England have won their last seven games against Les Bleues and are going in search of a third straight Women’s Six Nations title, while France are seeking to regain the crown they last won in 2018.

RTE once more has the game in Ireland, while viewers in the UK can watch live on BBC Two – with coverage beginning at 1.30pm.

Rounding out the day is Scotland v Wales in an all-Celtic battle for fifth place, as both sides bid for their first win of the 2021 Championship.

BBC Two Scotland and BBC iPlayer have the game in the UK, while RTE is once again the destination for fans in Ireland.

Italy v Ireland – Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi, KO 12pm, Live on BBC iPlayer and RTÉ 2 

If you’re based in the UK, then BBC is the place to be to watch this one. The action from Parma is live on the iPlayer and the BBC Sport website as part of the BBC’s package to broadcast every game in the 2021 Championship.

Meanwhile, RTÉ 2 has all the action in Ireland.

England v France – Twickenham Stoop, KO 2pm, Live on BBC Two and RTÉ Player 

Viewers in the UK can catch the Women’s Six Nations final between England and France live on BBC Two from 1.30pm, while fans in Ireland catch watch it all on the RTÉ Player.

Scotland v Wales – Scotstoun, Glasgow, KO 5PM, live on BBC Scotland, BBC iPlayer and RTÉ Player 

BBC Two Scotland has this game live in the UK, it’s also on the iPlayer and the BBC Sport website, while the RTÉ Player  is the place to go if you’re in Ireland.