Ireland vs France – Six Nations 2023: Andy Farrell’s men look to build on Wales onslaught against champs – stream FREE

IRELAND cruised to a Six Nations opening win against Wales – but they’ll be gearing up for a tougher test when they take on reigning champions France THIS SATURDAY.

Andy Farrell’s men ruined Warren Gatland’s return to the Welsh hot seat with an emphatic victory in Cardiff.

Ireland got off to the perfect start against WalesRex

France managed to squeeze their way past Italy in round oneRex

And the 34-10 drubbing was made even sweeter as Ireland secured a bonus point.

But Farrell will be desperate for his side to build on that performance by pulling off a huge triumph over the holders France.

However, Les Bleus got the better of Ireland last time out and the French go in to this off the back of a gruelling 29-24 win against Italy.

When is Ireland vs France?

Ireland’s mouthwatering contest against France will take place on Saturday, February 11.It is scheduled to get underway at 2:15pm GMT.Aviva Stadium in Dublin is the allocated arena for this Six Nations match and it can host approximately 51,700 spectators.France scraped a 30-24 win when the teams met during the 2022 edition.

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What TV channel is Ireland vs France on and can it be live streamed?

Ireland vs France will be broadcast LIVE on ITV in the UK.Coverage is set to commence from 1:25pm GMT – one hour and 10 minutes before kick-off.Alternatively, fans can head to or the ITVX app to stream the entire action live.

Can I watch it for FREE?

Yes! Ireland’s huge Six Nations match against France can be watched for FREE in the UK as long as you have a valid TV license.

What is the team news?

Jamison Gibson-Park, Tadhg Furlong and Cian Healy all missed out on the Wales win and are likely to be out of action for Ireland’s upcoming match against France.

Elsewhere, Alexandre Becognee, Clement Castets, Pierre-Louis Barassi, Matthis Lebel, Romain Buros and Francois Cois have been called up to the French wider training group this week.

Latest odds

Ireland 4/9Draw 17/11France 2/1

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication

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