ENGLAND return to Women’s Six Nations action THIS SUNDAY – and they’ll be delighted to host British rivals Ireland at Mattioli Woods.
The red roses sit pretty high on the leaderboards after winning all three of their games.
And Simon Middleton’s side sent a clear message to the rest of the league when they humiliated Wales 58-5 in round three.
However, the Irish succeeded secure a crucial 29-8 win about the Italians.
But Ireland need to reach a much higher level if they are to stop this impressive England team.
When will England vs Ireland kick off?
- England take Ireland THIS SUNDAY – April 24th.
- The game is supposed to start at 12pm UK time.
- Mattioli Woods in Leicester will host the match, which is expected to draw a record-breaking attendance of around 14,689.
- Ireland were dismantled 27-0 by the Red Roses as the two sides last faced each other.
What TV channel is England vs Ireland on and can I stream it live?
- England vs Ireland will be broadcast live BBC TWO.
- Coverage begins on 11:45pm UK time – 15 minutes before kick-off.
- Subscribers can also stream the game live via the BBC Sport website or the BBC iPlayer app.
Simon Middleton is delighted to welcome the return of 2021 World Rugby Women’s 15s Player of the Year Zoe Aldcroft.
Meanwhile, Helena Rowland will make her first full appearance at full-back and Hannah Botterman has recovered from her slight punch.
Likewise, Emily Scarratt will play for her 100th England cap in front of a record-breaking home crowd.
Elsewhere, Ireland head coach Greg McWilliams had to make some changes ahead of this big encounter with England due to injuries.
Sene Naopu has come straight up the middle while Molly Scuffill-McCabe will make her first appearance in an Ireland shirt as full-back.
- England wins 1/100
- Draw 60/1
- Ireland wins 40/1
*Quotes courtesy of bet fair are correct as of Friday April 22nd
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