Ireland vs Wales Live Stream: Watch the Six Nations 2018 online for free

Ireland vs Wales Live Stream: Watch the Six Nations 2018 rugby online for free

After a week-long break, it’s straight back to the rugby action with the Six Nations resuming normal service on February 24 in Dublin. Here’s all the information you need to live stream Ireland vs Wales 2018 and watch this weekend’s big clash online for free – plus crucial details like what TV channel to catch it on, the date and the Ireland vs Wales kick-off time.

Table toppers Ireland will face a Wales side that battled hard against England in their last game, despite losing by a narrow margin. England scored two early tries and looked like they were sailing, before Wales showed its mettle and almost mounted a dramatic comeback – a try from Gareth Anscombe was contentiously disallowed with 20 minutes to play.

Meanwhile, Ireland absolutely smashed Italy 56-19 for an easy bonus-point win in their last fixture. They were dominant from the start, running in eight tries and looking comfortable throughout. However, the losses of two important players, Tadhg Furling and Robbie Henshaw, could be a blow for Ireland’s larger Six Nations ambitions.

This followed their opening weekend ‘great escape’ in Paris, where an 83rd-minute drop goal from Johnny Sexton gave them a last-gasp win. With this type of form, Ireland may be on track to claiming the Six Nations title: however, Wales will likely provide their most formidable opponent in this campaign so far.

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Ireland vs Wales: Kick-off time, TV channel, and live stream

Ireland vs Wales kicks off in Dublin at 14:15pm GMT and will be broadcast live on ITV, so it will also be available to live stream via ITV’s various on-the-go platforms, with apps available for smartphones, tablets, PCs, laptops, and more. Coverage starts on ITV at 1:30pm.

Here are some quick links to get you started:

That’s all there is to it, enjoy this weekend’s big Six Nations rugby match!

 

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