August 15, 2022

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Ireland vs Scotland rugby: Kick-off time, TV channel, live stream free and team news for Six Nations match

Ireland made hard work of defeating the English last week as they struggled for over an hour against 14 men before two late tries secured a professional 32-15 win. But they will have their work cut out against the Irish, who they have an atrocious record against.


Johnny Sexton and Ireland are looking to keep their Six Nations title hopes alive[/caption]


Stuart Hogg and Scotland will be looking to improve their record against the Irish[/caption] Scotland have two wins and two defeats so far but have not hit the heights that may have been expected after their opening day win over England. Ryan Baird would have been the man most likely to replace James Ryan, but he’s out with a back injury. The Scots have lost all of their last six, and ten of their last eleven, matches against Ireland. The Irish will be looking for victory over the Scots and will then have to hope from a favour from England, who play in Paris in the late kick-off.

What time does Ireland vs Scotland rugby kick off?

  • Ireland take on Scotland on Saturday, March 19.
  • The match kicks off at 4.45pm UK time.
  • It takes place at the Aviva Stadium.
  • When the sides met last year, Ireland ran out 27-24 winners at Murrayfield.

What TV channel is Ireland vs Scotland rugby on and can I live stream it?

  • Ireland vs Scotland is live on ITV.
  • Coverage commences at 4pm – 45 minutes before kick-off.
  • To stream the game live, head to the ITV Hub.
  • In Scotland, the match will be shown live on STV.
  • Virgin Media One is the broadcaster for this match in Ireland.

Can I watch Ireland vs Scotland rugby for free?

  • Yes. ITV is free for all UK viewers with a TV licence.

Team news

Scotland 6/1 Draw 50/1 Ross Molony and Joe McCarthy have been called up to Andy Farrell’s squad as a result. James Ryan has been ruled out of this match due to a head injury sustained from a tackle which saw England’s Charlie Ewels sent off last week.

Latest odds

*Odds from Betfair correct as of Wednesday, March 16 IRELAND host Scotland as they look to swipe the Six Nations title from under the noses of France. Gregor Townsend has called up four new players to his training squad. Hooker Fraser Brown, prop Murphy Walker, lock Scott Cummings and winger Jordan Edmunds. Ireland 1/9