The 2020 Six National tournament gets underway today as Wales host Italy at the Principality Stadium.
The BBC and ITV will once again share TV coverage of the championship with the opening game of the tournament being broadcast live on BBC One from 1.40pm.
This is the first experience of Six Nations rugby as a head coach for Wayne Pivac, who has been chosen as the man to replace Warren Gatland and take Wales forward following an impressive 2019 in which they clinched the Grand Slam and reached the World Cup semi-finals.
Italy have finished bottom of the standings in five of the last six years, and also have a new man at the helm, in the shape of interim head coach Franco Smith.
Gabby Logan will be live on BBC One and BBC One HD from 1.40pm with analysis by Andrea Masi and Jonathan Davies.
Match commentary comes from Andrew Cotter.
Wales v Italy
Sat 1 Feb – 2.15pm – BBC One
Ireland v Scotland
Sat 1 Feb – 4.45pm – ITV
France v England
Sun 2 Feb – 3.00pm – BBC One
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