Ireland v Italy free TV channel, kick-off time and team line-ups

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Ireland and Italy will be locking horns this weekend in the first match of the Bank of Ireland Nation Series, acting as a warm-up for the France Rugby World Cup in September.

Ireland have not tasted defeat to the Azzuri since the 2013 Six Nations, and most recently claimed a 34-20 victory in Rome back in February.

They are currently ranked first in the world and therefore appear firm favourites to win the upcoming showdown, with Italy tallying in 14th place.

Here’s everything you need to know about this weekend’s clash, such as all the latest team news and how you can tune in.

What time is Ireland v Italy kick-off?

Ireland v Italy kicks off at 8.00pm on Saturday, August 5, at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

What TV channel is Ireland v Italy on? What about live streaming?

Ireland v Italy will be broadcasted live exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, as is the case for every Six Nations team including Wales.

You can sign up for their service here, which costs £8.99 monthly. If you are not already a Prime customer, you are able to sign up for a 30-day free trial, which will cover you for all matches here, although you will be charged £8.99 per month if you do not cancel after the end of that period.

And, if you have a smart TV or a games console, all you need to do is download the Amazon Prime application and sign in with your details there.

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