Rugby Wales vs Italy, Six Nations 2020: What time does the match start, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?

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What is it?

The first match of the 2020 Six Nations, between Wales and Italy at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff.

When is it?

Saturday February 1.

What time is kick-off?

Kick-off is at 2.15pm, the first of the day’s games.

What TV channel is it on?

Six Nations coverage is shared between BBC and ITV with this matching being aired by the BBC (channel tbc).

You can also follow live coverage of match right here withTelegraph Sport.

What is the latest squad news?


Saracens centre Nick Tompkins and 18-year-old Gloucester wing Louis Rees-Zammit have both been named in Wales’ squad.

They are joined by three more uncapped players in Sale Sharks prop WillGriff John, Wasps lock Will Rowlands and Scarlets wing Johnny McNicholl, and there is also a recall for scrum-half Rhys Webb.

Webb last played Test rugby just over two years ago before joining French club Toulon and ruling himself out of Wales contention because he did not meet the minimum 60-cap selection criteria for players plying their trade outside the country.

Tompkins, 24, represented England Saxons in 2016 and is an England Under-20 World Cup winner, but he qualifies for Wales through his Wrexham-born grandmother.

He will give coach Wayne Pivac an additional midfield option, with Scarlets centre Jonathan Davies sidelined for the entire Six Nations due to injury and Ospreys’ Owen Watkin recovering from a knee problem.

Watkin is named in the squad, along with Scarlets-bound Saracens back Liam Williams, who has not played since suffering an ankle injury during the World Cup.



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