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The 2019 Six Nations may still be several months away – but that doesn’t stop us looking forward to ‘Rugby’s Greatest Championship’ already.
As things stand Joe Schmidt’s Ireland are favourites to retain their title, having won a Grand Slam in some style this year. But their hopes of repeating that feat next year could be over after Round One.
Up first for the men in green is a visit of Eddie Jones’s England, arguably their closest rivals for the Championship. But Ireland will be confident given the game is taking place in Dublin, and their home record is pretty formidable.
Here are the full 2019 Six Nations fixtures if you haven’t seen them yet.
France v Wales, Friday Feb 1, 8.00pm (UK & Ireland), Paris
Scotland v Italy, Saturday Feb 2, 2.15pm, Edinburgh
Ireland v England, Saturday Feb 2, 4.45pm, Dublin
Scotland v Ireland, Saturday Feb 9, 2.15pm, Edinburgh
Italy v Wales, Saturday Feb 9, 4.45pm (UK & Ireland), Rome
England v France, Sunday Feb 10, 3.00pm, Twickenham
France v Scotland, Saturday Feb 23, 2.15pm (UK & Ireland), Paris
Wales v England, Saturday Feb 23, 4.45pm, Cardiff
Italy v Ireland, Sunday Feb 24, 3.00pm (UK & Ireland), Rome
Scotland v Wales, Saturday Mar 9, 2.15pm, Edinburgh
England v Italy, Saturday Mar 9, 4.45pm, Twickenham
Ireland v France, Sunday Mar 10, 3.00pm, Dublin
Italy v France, Saturday Mar 16, 12.30pm (UK & Ireland), Rome
Wales v Ireland, Saturday Mar 16, 2.45pm, Cardiff
England v Scotland, Saturday Mar 16, 5.00pm Twickenham