How to watch Scotland vs Ireland for FREE: TV channel and live stream for Six Nations rugby today

Ireland put their Six Nations Grand Slam ambitions to the test against Scotland at Murrayfield today.

Andy Farrell’s top-ranked international side head to Glasgow in a remarkable vein of form that has led to hopes they can finally end their Rugby World Cup curse in France later this year.

But first they are fully focused on claiming a first Six Nations title since 2018, having brushed aside troubled Wales and defeated defending champions France in a match for the ages before seeing off spirited Italy in Rome last time out.


England are the visitors to Dublin on Super Saturday, though the sense is that this could well be the match that decides whether or not Ireland will go on and take that coveted Slam.

Led by the brilliant playmaking of Finn Russell, Scotland started the competition with successive wins for the first time since 1996, full of new-found confidence after besting both England and Wales.

They also more than played their part in a thrilling showdown with France in Paris a fortnight ago, though an eventual 32-21 loss there was a key blow to their own title ambitions.

How to watch Scotland vs Ireland

TV channel: In the UK, Scotland vs Ireland is being televised live on BBC One, with coverage starting from 2:15pm GMT ahead of a 3pm kick-off.

Live stream: Fans can also watch the game unfold live online via the BBC iPlayer or BBC Sport website.

LIVE coverage: Follow the action live via Standard Sport’s dedicated blog on matchday.