To stay in contention for the first Grand Slam since 2010, we saw on the third day of the match that the French team, which had won 36-17 against Scotland at BT Murrayfield, performed again.
England are still vying for the title after beating Wales 23-19 at Twickenham, while Ireland returned to winning ways with a 57-6 victory to finish second in the standings.
The fourth match promises to be an exciting one as the French team travels to Cardiff to face Wales on Friday evening in the light of Principal Stadium. The Blues are looking to repeat their 27-23 Cardiff victory in 2020, their first Cardiff victory since 2010.
The match will take place on France 2 from 8:50 pm, 10 minutes after the kick-off at 9:00 pm.
There are two matches that travel to Rome against Scotland in the opener on Saturday. XV du Chardon will try to win again after two consecutive defeats, while the Italians will face the last team they beat in the tournament.
Supporters can watch the match again on France 2, the show starts at 3:05, ten minutes later at 3:15 before the kick-off.
Later, in Twickenham, England hosted Ireland, still in contention for the title.
England won the clash in 2020, but Ireland will have fond memories of the 2018 tournament, during which time they won the Grand Slam and won 24-15 at Twickenham.
Once again, the match will be played in France 2 at kick-off from 5:35 to 5:45.
Friday, March 11
Wales – France
To follow live on France 2 from 8:50 pm, kick-off at 9:00 pm.
Saturday, March 12th
Italy – Scotland
To follow live on France 2 from 3:05, kick-off at 3:15.
England – Ireland
To follow live on France 2 from 5.35, kick-off at 5.45.
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