ENGLAND face Italy in Rome as the Red Rose look to win their first Six Nations Championship since 2017.

Eddie Jones‘ men need a bonus point win over the Italians in Rome and will then have to turn their attention to France vs Ireland.


Eddie Jones’ men are looking to win first Six Nations title in three years[/caption]

The French can win the title by beating the Irish in Paris AND bettering England’s result in Rome, while Ireland know a bonus-point victory will see them finish top regardless.

Italy meanwhile have suffered a miserable campaign and look set to claim the Wooden Spoon for the fifth straight year.


The Red Rose need a bonus point win to pile the pressure on Ireland and France[/caption]

When is Italy vs England?

  • The match is part of Six Nations 2020 Super Saturday on October 31.
  • It is the second match of the day, following on from Wales vs Scotland.
  • Kick-off in Italy is at 4.45pm GMT.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

You can watch this match on free-to-air TV in the UK.

It will be broadcast live on ITV1 and ITV1 HD from 4pm.

If you want to stream the action, head to the ITV Hub or download the app on your mobile device.

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What is the team news?

🔵 #Italdonne

Le 2⃣3⃣ Azzurre convocate per la sfida con l’Inghilterra, in programma domenica 1 novembre a 📍Parma ➡ https://t.co/D4McJRs3da#ITAvENG #insieme@Womens6Nations #rugbypassioneitaliana pic.twitter.com/MLJzbCfOQt

— Italrugby (@Federugby) October 26, 2020

Match odds

  • Italy victory – 20/1
  • England win – 1/100
  • Tie – 80/1

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

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