The Guinness 2020 Six Nations will see England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales renew their rivalry for the 21st time when it kicks off in February 2020. Reigning champions and 2019 Grand Slam winners Wales will be looking to defend their title with Ireland, England, and Scotland also battling to put their hands on the trophy. Likewise, Italy who failed to pick a single win or point in the 2019 edition will be looking for drastic improvement in this edition of the 6 Nations.
TV Coverage & Live Streaming
All the Guinness 6 Nations matches will be live on France2HD, Virgin Media, DMAX, and NBC Sports. The games will also be live on BBC Sport, ITV Sports, Supersport, ESPN Sur, ESPN, DAZN, Arena Sports, Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, Sport TV, Romania Telecom, VIASAT Sport, NC+, and bein Sport. Additionally, TV5 Monde will air all the France rugby union games.
You can stream the games live on RugbyStream.net, via the DAZN sports streaming platform, Digitalb, or via the BBC, ITV, SKY GO streaming platforms live and on demand.
You can search for valid match tickets on StubHub.com or Viagogo.com
However, matchday tickets are not readily available for big matches with priority being given to debenture holders, season ticket holders, and affiliated clubs and schools. Despite that, you can buy tickets via the official individual rugby unions tickets platforms https://www.eticketing.co.uk/rfu/ (England)
https://supporters.irishrugby.ie/ and https://www.ticketmaster.ie/ireland-tickets (Ireland)
2019 Grand Slam winners Wales will get the 2020 Six Nations championship underway when they host Italy who failed to win a single 6 Nations game in 2019 at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 1st Feb, 2020 as from 14:15 GMT. Meanwhile, 2018 Winners Ireland will host Scotland at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin for the second game of matchday 1 as from 16:45 GMT. The final match of the opening round will see France host England at the Stade de France in Paris on Sunday 2nd Feb, 2020 as from 15:00 GMT.
Round I Match Predictions:
Wales 40 – 18 France
Ireland 33 – 22 Scotland
France 20 – 27 England
The second round will see Ireland host Wales at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Sat 8th Feb, 2020 as from 14:15 GMT while Scotland will host England at the BT Murrayfield in Edinburgh as from 16:45 GMT on the very same day. Just like in round I, France will host Italy on Sun 9th Feb, 2020 at the Stade de France for the final game of the round.
Round II Match Predictions:
Ireland 24 – 18 Wales
Scotland 13 – 18 England
France 38 – 20 Italy
Italy will open round III at home against Scotland at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on Sat 22nd Feb, 2020 as from 14:15 GMT with Wales returning to the Principality in Cardiff to host France as from 16:45 GMT later that day. On Sun 23rd Feb, 2020 England will play their first 6 Nations 2020 home game against Ireland with the action set for the Twickenham Stadium in London as from 15:00 GMT.
Round III Match Predictions:
Italy 22 – 31 Scotland
Wales 17 – 12 France
England 18 – 17 Ireland
The Aviva stadium in Dublin will oversee the opening fixture of round IV of the 2020 Guinness 6 Nations tournament when Ireland host Italy on Sat 7th Mar, 2020 as from 14:15 GMT. Later that day, England will be home at Twickenham in London where they will host Wales as from 16:45 GMT. Meanwhile, Scotland will host France on Sun 8th Mar, 2020 at the BT Murrayfield in Edinburgh as from 15:00 GMT for the final game of the penultimate round of the Six Nations 2020 tournament.
Round IV Match Predictions:
Ireland 39 – 15 Italy
England 21 – 15 Wales
Scotland 31 – 22 France
The tournament will come to an end on Saturday 14th Mar, 2020 with three matches scheduled to take place. First off will be Wales vs Scotland at the Principality in Cardiff as from 14:15 GMT, followed by Italy vs England at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome as from 16:45 GMT, before France and Ireland wrap up the 2020 Guinness 6 Nations at the Stade de France in Paris as from 20:00 GMT.
Round V Match Predictions:
Wales 25 – 10 Scotland
Italy 12 – 43 England
France 15 – 19 Ireland
The annual Six Nations tournament 2020 promises to be a thriller with all teams coming in to make a statement. Wales will look to retain their title while Ireland will want to take back the trophy that they won two seasons ago. England will look to put their hands on silverware after losing the 2019 Rugby WC final to South Africa while Scotland and Italy will be looking to improve on their points and wins tally in this edition of the 6 Nations.