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Just how well this Scotland team can play under Six Nation Rugby Live Stream the big lights of the Six Nations will be known in this first match, against the Irish.I believe we are starting to get more strength in depth, and for me personally I feel it’s the strongest squad we have had,” Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw said. “But we are not getting ahead of ourselves we have not won any games yet.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 25: (L-R) Sergio Parisse, Captain of Italy, Rory Best, Captain of Ireland, Greig Laidlaw, Captain of Scotland, Dylan Hartley, Captain of England, Guilhem Guirado, Captain of France and Alun Wyn Jones, Captain of Wales, pose with The Six Nations Trophy during the 2017 RBS Six Nations launch at The Hurlingham Club on January 25, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

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Gianni VerschuerenFeatured ColumnistFebruary 3, 2017

The 2017 RBS Six Nations tournament will kick off on Saturday, February 4, as champions England renew their rivalry with France at Twickenham Stadium.

Scotland will take on Ireland, while Italy host Wales in Rome on Sunday. Here’s a look at the schedule for Round 1, complete with TV and live-stream info.

“It’s important to get a fast start, the competition is only five games so to start well is important.

“Ireland are very much the form side with England, we need to play extremely well and we are determined to do that.”

Ireland are coming off an impressive second Six Nation Rugby Live Stream half of 2016. Having gotten over the disappointment of relinquishing their hold on the Six Nations title with a whimper early last year, Ireland went on to pick up a stunning win over New Zealand.

While the All Blacks gained some revenge with a win in the autumn internationals, there is little doubt that, in their day, Ireland are capable of beating anyone, making them a contender for the 2017 Six Nations title.

Ireland, though, will have to do without two key players for the 6 Nations opener, with Jonny Sexton ruled out with a calf injury, while Peter O’Mahony will not feature either.

There was hope that the fly-half would be fit in time for the Scotland match, but Ireland have decided to proceed with caution. Paddy Jackson is expected to take Sexton’s place in the team.

“It’s better to leave him [Sexton] out this weekend,” forwards coach Simon Easterby said. “We don’t want to compromise his calf any further.

And there will be unprecedented covering of the women’s Six Nations in a pivotal year, which culminates in the Rugby World Cup.

How to watch RBS 6 Nation Rugby Live Stream Online?

Television coverage for the men’s Six Nations will be on on BBC One, Connected TV, BBC Red Button and online, with BBC Radio 5 live and BBC Radio 5 live sports extra providing commentary on matches.

All live programmes are available via the BBC Sport website and app, while there will be in-play highlights of BBC games and match highlights of every match shortly after the final whistle.

In addition, you can watch selected Women’s Six Nations matches live on Connected TV and online, highlights on BBC Two and online and you can also listen to live commentary of selected matches on either BBC Radio 5 live or sports extra.

Schedule

All times are GMT. Fixtures and event start times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made. Coverage on BBC Red Button can be subject to late schedule changes.

Some dates for some programmes have yet to be confirmed.

Thursday, 2 February

20:00-22:00, Six Nations preview with Paul O’Connell, BBC Radio 5 live

Friday, 3 February

18:30-20:35 – Scotland Women v Ireland Women, Connected TV and online

Saturday, 4 February

13:15-14:00 – Six Nations Preview, BBC One

13:55-16:00 – Six Nation Rugby 2017 Live Stream Italy Women v Wales Women, Connected TV and online

14:00-16:30 – Scotland v Ireland, BBC One

14:15-16:50 – Scotland v Ireland, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

16:30-16:45 – Scotland v Ireland forum, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online

16:50-19:00 – England v France, BBC Radio 5 live

19:30-21:30 – England Women v France Women, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Sunday, 5 February

13:05-16:00 – Italy v Wales, BBC Radio Wales (13:00-16:00, BBC Radio Cymru)

14:00-16:00 – Italy v Wales, BBC Radio 5 live

18:00-19:00 – Six Nations Rugby Special, BBC Two (not in Wales; 19:00-20:00, BBC Two Scotland)

18:00-19:00 – Scrum V: Six Nations Special, BBC Two Wales

22:45-23:15 – Women’s Six Nations highlights, BBC Two (not in Northern Ireland)

Monday, 6 February

13:00-13:30 – Women’s Six Nations highlights, BBC Two (repeated 16:00-18:00, BBC Red Button)

21:30-22:30 – Six Nations 2017: Week one review, BBC Radio 5 live

23:45-00:15 – Women’s Six Nations highlights, BBC Two Northern Ireland

Friday, 10 February

19:10-21:10 – Wales U20 v England U20, Connected TV and online

21:00-22:00 – Six Nations 2017: Week two preview, BBC Radio 5 live

Saturday, 11 February

11:25-13:30 – Wales Women v England Women, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, Connected TV and online

14:20-16:25 – Italy v Ireland, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

16:15-18:55 – Wales v England, BBC One (watch with 5 live commentary on BBC Red Button and online from 16:30)

16:50-19:00 – Wales v England, BBC Radio 5 live and BBC Radio Wales

18:55-19:15 – Wales v England forum, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online

19:55-22:00 – France Women v Scotland RBS 6  Nation Rugby Live Stream Women, Connected TV and online

Sunday, 12 February

12:55-15:00 – Italy Women v Ireland Women, Connected TV and online

14:15-17:00 – France v Scotland, BBC One (watch with 5 live commentary on BBC Red Button and online)

14:55-17:00 – France v Scotland, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

17:00-17:15 – France v Scotland forum, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online

23:45-00:15 – Women’s Six Nations Highlights, BBC Two (not NI – shown 23:45-00:15, Monday, 13 February)

Monday, 13 February

13:00-13:30 – Women’s Six Nations Highlights, BBC Two (not Wales)

Friday, 24 February

18:25-20:35 – Scotland Women v Wales Women, Connected TV and online

Saturday, 25 February

14:00-16:30 – Scotland v Wales, BBC One

14:20-16:25 – Scotland v Wales, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

16:30-16:45 – Scotland v Wales forum, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online

16:45-18:50 – Ireland v France, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Sunday, 26 February

12:40-14:45 – Ireland Women v France Women, Connected TV and online

15:00-17:00 – England v Italy, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

18:00-19:00 – Six Nations Special, BBC Two

23:30-00:00 – Women’s Six Nations highlights, BBC Two

Monday, 27 February

13:05-13:35 – Women’s Six Nations Highlights (repeat), BBC Two

Tuesday, 28 February

15:30-16:30 – Women’s Six Nations Highlights (repeat), BBC Red Button

Friday, 10 March

19:30-22:00 – Wales v Ireland, BBC One

22:00-22:20 – Wales v Ireland Forum, BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online

Saturday, 11 March

11:25-13:30 – Wales Women v Ireland Women, Connected TV and online

Sunday, 12 March

13:55-16:00 – RBS 6  Nation Rugby Live Italy Women v France Women, Connected TV and online

18:00-19:00 – Six Nations Rugby Special, BBC Two

23:00-23:30 – Women’s Six Nations Highlights, BBC Two

Monday, 13 March

13:00-13:30 – Women’s Six Nations highlights, BBC Two

Friday, 17 March

18:25-20:30 – Scotland Women v Italy Women, Connected TV and online

Saturday, 18 March

12:10-14:25 – Scotland v Italy, BBC One

14:25-17:00 – France v Wales, BBC One

19:55-22:00 – France Women v Wales Women, Connected TV and online

Sunday, 19 March

18:00-19:00 – Six Nations Rugby Special, BBC Two

23:30-00:00 – Women’s Six Nations highlights, BBC Two

Monday, 20 March

13:00-13:30 – Women’s Six Nations highlights, BBC Two

Live coverage of seven matches will be on TV, including the tournament’s opening game between Scotland and Ireland on 4 February.

There will be minute-by-minute coverage of all the home nations’ games on BBC Radio 5 live and 5 live sports extra, and across the BBC’s digital platforms.

Eight of the matches from the tournament will be shown on ITV.

This is the second year of a six-year deal between the BBC and ITV to share the broadcast rights to the Six Nations.

The BBC’s broadcasting team will include expert analysis from some of the biggest names in the sport, including Jeremy Guscott, Jonathan Davies, Martyn Williams, Keith Wood, Brian Moore and new for 2017, Ireland legend Paul O’Connell.

A comprehensive digital service will enable fans to share in all the excitement through the BBC Sport website and via the BBC Sport app on mobiles, tablets and connected TVs.

Fans will also be able to sign up for push alerts and use the My Sport service, which provides a more personalised offer.

All Ireland games will be live on BBC RBS 6  Nation Rugby 2017 Live Stream Radio Ulster, all Scotland games will be live on BBC Radio Scotland, and all Wales games are live on BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru.[source]

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