Six Nations Live: 2020 Stream Six Nations 2020 Rugby Championship begins on Saturday 1st February, when Grand Slam champions Wales take on Italy at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. The action then moves quickly to Dublin, where Ireland face Scotland at the Aviva Stadium.
The Six Nations is back – and it’s set to be one of the biggest sporting events of 2020. Six teams will battle it out for Grand Slam glory over the course of five epic rounds in an effort to top the Six Nations table and be crowned champions. Want to catch all the rugby greats in action? You’ve come to the right place. Here’s how to watch every Six Nations 2020 fixture live.
Once again, the the Six Nations will feature England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Italy and France. The international tournament kicks off with Grand Slam champions Wales hosting Italy at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on 1st February, and concludes with Ireland’s trip to the Stade de France on 14th March.
England get underway on Sunday 2nd February, when they take on France in Paris. Although they lost out to South Africa in the World Cup final in Japan, England are clear favourites to lift the Six Nations trophy. It won’t be easy, though. Former captain Martin Johnson has warned Eddie Jones’ side that they’ll need to top their ‘best-ever’ performances if they’re going to taste success against a highly capable French team.
“It’s a big tournament for England to establish themselves. If they play poorly and get beaten in Paris, all that good stuff from the World Cup is gone very quickly,” says Johnson.
Could a debut for George Furbank at full-back be on the cards? Adding Furbank to the likes of Courtney Lawes, Manu Tuilagi and Owen Farrell could be just the ticket propel England to victory in ‘Le Crunch’.
With new coaches and new players, this year’s Six Nations is shaping up to be an epic. Grab your remote and get comfy – here’s how to watch every try and tackle as the Six Nations 2020 hots up…