The Six Nations coverage for 2018 has been split between ITV and the BBC once again.
ITV will show all of England’s home games as well as four others (see above) while the BBC will retain all of the other eight matches including England’s trips to Edinburgh and Paris.
Since both channels are terrestrial and free-to-air, every game of the Six Nations will be shown live online for free.
Viewers simply need to hold a valid TV licence and may be required to sign in.
Six Nations 2018 fixtures
Saturday February 3, Wales vs Scotland (2.15pm kick-off; live on BBC)
Saturday February 3, France vs Ireland (4.45pm; BBC)
Sunday February 4, England vs Italy (3pm; ITV)
Saturday February 10, Ireland vs Italy (2.15pm; ITV)
Saturday February 10, England vs Wales (4.45pm; ITV)
Sunday February 11, Scotland vs France (3pm; BBC)
Friday February 23, France vs Italy (8pm; BBC)
Saturday February 24, Ireland vs Wales (2.15pm; ITV)
Saturday February 24, Scotland vs England (4.45pm; BBC)
Saturday March 10, Ireland vs Scotland (2.15pm; ITV)
Saturday March 10, France vs England (4.45pm; BBC)
Sunday March 11, Wales vs Italy (3pm; BBC)
Round five (Super Saturday)
Saturday March 17, Italy vs Scotland (12.30pm; ITV)
Saturday March 17, England vs Ireland (2.45pm; ITV)
Saturday March 17, Wales vs France (5pm; BBC)