Wales host Ireland this afternoon in the fifth and final round of Six Nations 2019.
The match, held at the Principality Stadium, will be shown live on BBC One and BBC One HD.
The fixture is sandwiched between Italy’s lunchtime meeting with France and the early-evening clash between England and Scotland, and Wales will be hoping for a repeat of their victory the last time Ireland visited Cardiff two years ago.
Two tries from winger George North led Warren Gatland’s home side to a 22-9 triumph on that occasion.
John Inverdale will be live from 2.30pm. Kick-off 2.45pm.
ITV will air the other two fixtures. Italy v France from 12.30pm and England v Scotland at 5.00pm.
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