ENGLAND, Ireland, Wales and Scotland fans are all gearing up to watch their sides compete in the first ever Autumn Nations Cup this weekend.
Twickenham will play host to England's clash with Georgia on Saturday afternoon in what should be a fairly comfortable affair for Eddie Jones' side at home.
Ireland takes on Wales at 7pm UK time TONIGHT, in what could be the game of the round as the tournament gets underway.
The Autumn Nations Cup has been created in an effort to rejuvenate the jaded 2020/21 rugby fixture list.
Usually, we'd see the usual mid-season internationals take place, but the coronavirus has forced the likes of Australia and New Zealand to re-think their tour dates.
What TV channel is it on and can it be live streamed?
- The Autumn Nations Cup will be shown both on Amazon Prime Video and on Channel 4.
- The only games available on Channel 4 will be ones which feature Ireland, as the rights to their games were bought before Amazon had entered the race.
- The games can be live streamed so long as you have the Amazon Prime Video or 4 On Demand apps downloaded on your mobile or tablet device.
Can I watch for FREE?
- Yes, you can watch for FREE. Ireland's games will be available on free-to-air TV on Channel 4.
- And if you want to watch on Amazon Prime Video, you can sign up to their FREE TRIAL and have access to games for a full month.
Fixtures and channels
- Ireland vs Wales, 7pm on 13 November – Channel 4
- Italy vs Scotland, 12.45pm on 14 November – Amazon
- England vs Georgia, 3pm on 14 November – Amazon
- France vs Fiji, 3pm on 15 November – Amazon
- Italy vs Fiji, 12.45pm on 21 November – Amazon
- England vs Ireland, 3pm on 21 November – Channel 4 and Amazon
- Wales vs Georgia, 5.15pm on 21 November – Amazon
- Scotland vs France, 3pm on 22 November – Amazon
- Scotland vs Fiji, 1.45pm on 28 November – Amazon
- Wales vs England, 4pm on 28 November – Amazon
- France vs Italy, 8pm on 28 November – Amazon
- Ireland vs Georgia, 2pm on 29 November – Channel 4
- Georgia vs TBD, 12pm on 5 December – Amazon
- Ireland vs TBD, 2.15pm on 5 December – Amazon
- Wales vs TBD, 4.45pm on 5 December – Amazon
- England vs TBD, 2pm on 6 December – Amazon
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