Italy vs England kick-off time, TV and live stream details

More than eight months after they beat Ireland 24-12 at Twickenham, England can finally finish their Six Nations campaign on Saturday.

Eddie Jones’ men are chasing their first Six Nations championship since 2017, and travel to Rome to face an Italy side who are rock bottom of the table with four defeats from four.

England go into the final day of the championship on 13 points, level with France and just behind Ireland who sit top of the table with 14.

France and Ireland play each other in the day’s final game, so the 2017 champions won’t know if they’ve done enough to lift the Six Nations trophy until Saturday evening, providing they do all they can and beat Italy.

What time is Italy vs England?

Rome’s Stadio Olimpico hosts the second of Saturday’s three Six Nations fixtures, with kick-off at 4.45pm.

The first match of the day is a fifth vs fourth clash in Cardiff when Wales host Scotland at 2.15pm.

The day’s final match will be a championship decider in the Stade de France between France and Ireland, kicking off at 8.05pm.

Italy vs England TV channel and live stream

Six Nations TV coverage is split between the BBC and ITV, and it’s the latter showing England’s trip to the tournament’s most southerly outpost.

Coverage begins on ITV1 at 4pm, with the match also available to stream through the ITV Hub.

Wales vs Scotland and Ireland’s trip to France are both on the BBC.

The first match is on BBC One from 1.45pm, while the final match is split across two channels; the first half on BBC Two from 7.30pm, before switching to BBC One at 9pm.

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