2nd February - 16th March

The eagerly-awaited 2024 Guinness Six Nations fixtures have been announced with the two main contenders France and Ireland set to meet in Marseille in what could be a pivotal match in the outcome of the competition.

England start their campaign in Rome and Wales will meet Scotland in the final match of Week 1.

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    SIX NATIONS 2024

    2nd February - 16th March

    France and Ireland will kick off the 2024 Six Nations Championship when they meet at the Orange Vélodrome in Marseille this Friday.

    The tournament’s most eagerly-awaited opener for years will unfold between the main two teams and everyone else could be playing catch-up from day one.

    There will undoubtedly be many twists and turns along the way, but whichever team triumphs at Stade Velodrome can expect to be nailed on as Six Nations favourites.

    Then on Saturday afternoon, Italy will host England at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. Wales will take on Scotland at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff to complete the first round fixtures. Odds can be found here Opening fixtures.

    After Ireland's triumph last year, the 2024 edition will once again pit Europe's top teams against each other in a bid to achieve the famous Grand Slam.

    Who should you bet on in the Six Nations Outright Winner market?

    Based on the French team's impressive performances over the past year and despite a setback at the Rugby World Cup, our prediction is that France will be crowned champions at the tempting odds of 11/10 before the start of the tournament.


    England was 11/2 NOW 15/2

    Steve Borthwick’s squad is tough as nails and is looking to secure their first championship in four years. With experienced players like the Farrell and Mario Itoje leading the way, it’s hard to count them out. 

    WEEK 1 - 2nd & 3rd FEBRUARY

    FRANCE v IRELAND                  Friday 2nd February 20:00
    ITALY v ENGLAND                     Saturday 3rd February 14:15
    WALES v SCOTLAND                Saturday 3rd February 16:45

    WEEK 2 - 10th & 11th FEBRUARY

    SCOTLAND v FRANCE              Saturday 10th February 14:15
    ENGLAND v WALES                  Saturday 10th February 16:45
    IRELAND v ITALY                       Sunday 11th February 15:00

    Week 3 - 24th & 25th FEBRUARY

    IRELAND v WALES                   Saturday 24th February 14:15
    SCOTLAND v ENGLAND          Saturday 24th February 16:45
    FRANCE v ITALY                        Sunday 25th February 15:00

    Week 4 - 9th & 10th MARCH

    ITALY v SCOTLAND                   Saturday 9th March 14:15
    ENGLAND v IRELAND              Saturday 9th March 16:45
    WALES v FRANCE                     Sunday 10th March 15:00

    Week 5 - 16th MARCH

    WALES v ITALY                           Saturday 16th March 14:15
    IRELAND v SCOTLAND             Saturday 16th March 16:45
    FRANCE v ENGLAND                 Saturday 16th March 20:00