Six Nations Rugby this Saturday from 3.30pm

Chichester Yacht Club is showing Round 4 of the Six Nations Rugby this Saturday from 3.30pm.

The longest Six Nations in history will finally reach its conclusion, 273 days after the tournament began on 1 February.

Both the men’s and women’s 2020 competitions were postponed in March because of the Covid-19 outbreak, with four teams still chasing the title in the men’s tournament and England dominating the women’s championship.

So were did we leave off? And who can still win the northern hemisphere crowns?

24 October

Ireland v Italy – Aviva Stadium (15:30 BST) – live on ITV

31 October

Wales v Scotland – Parc y Scarlets (14:15 GMT) – live on BBC One

Italy v England – Stadio Olimpico (16:45 GMT) – live on ITV

France v Ireland – Stade de France (20:00 GMT) – live on BBC Two

The 2020 men's Six Nations table as it stands - 1. England 2. France 3. Scotland 4. Ireland 5. Wales 6. Italy