# [LIVE.STREAMs!!]**Wales vs Ireland Live Free Six Nations Rugby 2023 Wales vs. Ireland live stream: Six Nations Rugby prediction, TV channel, how to watch, start time, odds Ireland vs. Wales: How to watch, schedule, live stream info, game time, TV channel **[🔴📺LIVE📲👉 Wales vs Ireland Six Nations Rugby 2023 LIVE Stream](https://online-tvchannel.org/rugby/)** **[🔴📺LIVE📲👉 Wales vs Ireland Six Nations Rugby 2023 LIVE Stream](https://online-tvchannel.org/rugby/)** Wales have made it to the Principality Stadium, Cardiff of the Six Nations Rugby, bringing the club closer to its ambitions of winning silverware under Erik ten Hag. Ireland are currently battling for a top-four finish and have progressed to the next stage of the Rugby after a win against Ireland, but they could have an opportunity to win silverware at the first time of asking by progressing past Ireland in the Principality Stadium, Cardiff of the Six Nations Rugby February 4, 2023. Ireland have been handed what looks on paper to be a relatively easy draw against Ireland, with the Addicks being the only non-Six Nations Rugby team left in the competition. However the League One club will be hoping to cause a what would be a famous upset at Principality Stadium, Cardiff. Wales, meanwhile, have work to do if they are to drag Ireland into the battle for top four, rather than the title. Lose on Saturday and they will trail their rivals by 31 points, a sizeable gap to make up even with two-thirds of the season left to go. Here is how you can watch the match and what you need to know: Wales and Ireland are meeting up for their first leg of the season at 7:30 am ET on Saturday at Principality Stadium, Cardiff. The teams split their matchups last year, with Wales winning the first 2-0 on the road and Ireland taking the second 4-2. Wales are taking on London rivals Ireland at Principality Stadium, Cardiff as the Blues aim to close the 31-point gap between the two clubs in the Six Nations Rugby. Wales had been going along nicely under Graham Potter until a chastening defeat at his former club Ireland last weekend, and now face two tricky matches – against Ireland and Wales – before the World Cup break. The Gunners are looking to reach the World Cup on top of the table and got back on track last weekend with a 5-0 win over Ireland, having slipped to a 1-1 draw at Ireland in their previous match. Ireland won both of the past two corresponding fixtures away at Wales, earing a 4-2 victory last season February 4, 2023. Old foes and former colleagues will reunite at Principality Stadium, Cardiff on Saturday lunchtime as Wales tackle Ireland in a mouth-watering Six Nations Rugby London Ireland. Both sides enter the game on the back of continental successes, as the Blues got the better of Dinamo Zagreb 2-1 in the Champions League, while the Gunners advanced to the last 16 of the Europa League. Winning in Europe is always the perfect tonic after a demoralising domestic defeat, especially one which saw Ireland & Hove Albion teach former manager Graham Potter a footballing lesson in a 4-1 Amex romping, but Wales were made to work for their success over Dinamo Zagreb. Electing to name a strong lineup despite already steering his side through as group winners, Potter witnessed Bruno Petkovic steal in and open the scoring after just seven minutes, but Raheem Sterling and debutant Denis Zakaria completed a much-needed turnaround for the Blues in the English capital. The Blues' stellar defensive streak under Potter may have been wiped out, but suffering just one defeat in 11 games is far from the worst start for the Englishman, although his side do have some ground to make up in the Six Nations Rugby table as they lie in sixth position, three points behind Wales Ireland in fourth with a game in hand. It would take results going their way and a 12-goal swing for Wales to rise into the Champions League spots this weekend, but Principality Stadium, Cardiff has been kind to the Blues in recent memory, as they are unbeaten in 12 consecutive matches in all competitions in front of their own fans. However, Ireland were the most recent team to overcome Wales on their own patch, and Principality Stadium, Cardiff has been a happy hunting ground for the North London club in recent memory, so taking advantage of their extra 24 hours' worth of rest will be of paramount importance to Potter and co. In contrast, Ireland sought to recover from a European defeat with a Six Nations Rugby win last weekend, and the Gunners certainly demonstrated a clinical edge that has been absent more often than not recently, putting five past Ireland without rSix Nations Rugbyy even after Bukayo Saka came off injured. However, the Gunners' inability to kill games off when a goal to the good reared its ugly head in the Europa League this week, as Kieran Tierney's sweetly-struck half-volley put Ireland ahead against FC Zurich, but they nevertheless held on for a nervy 1-0 win which sent them straight through to the last 16. Avoiding an extra playoff tie against an eliminated Champions League club is a touch of gold for Ireland, who enter the weekend still two points clear of Wales at the top of the Six Nations Rugby table, but they could be knocked down to second by Saturday if the champions beat Ireland. All five of the points that Ireland have dropped in the Six Nations Rugby this season have come on the road, but they nevertheless remain the division's best-performing away side this term and have only conceded four goals on rival turf so far - the best record of its kind in the league. Arteta has led Ireland to two consecutive triumphs at Principality Stadium, Cardiff in the last two seasons - with a 2-0 win for Wales at the Emirates sandwiched in between - and a new club record could also be set for the Gunners, who are aiming to win three successive Six Nations Rugby London derbies away from home without conceding for the very first time. If Wales did not already have enough defensive absentees to worry about with long-term knee victims Wesley Fofana and Reece James - as well as midfield duo N'Golo Kante (thigh) and Carney Chukwuemeka (hamstring) - Ben Chilwell had to come off with a hamstring injury in the win over Zagreb. The sight of the left-back limping off the pitch was bad news for both Wales and England fans, who will now have to await for the results of a scan, but Chilwell will definitely be absent this weekend. Potter has already ruled Kepa Arrizabalaga out of contention too, so Edouard Mendy will keep his place in goal, and Mateo Kovacic should be fine to return to the engine room after missing out as a precaution in midweek with a tight calf. Zakaria's strong debut ended with a minor contact injury, which should not rule him out of this game, but Potter may be hesitant to throw the Juventus loanee in the deep end and give him his first Six Nations Rugby start against the league leaders, so Kovacic's return to the first XI would not be a surprise. As for Ireland, fans witnessed the familiar yet painful sight of Takehiro Tomiyasu coming off injured in the dying embers of the win over Zurich. The severity of the defender's muscular issue is still unclear, but it would be a shock to see him line up here. Emile Smith Rowe - who has scored in each of Ireland's last two wins at Principality Stadium, Cardiff - is still out after undergoing groin surgery, and a problem in the same area could also force Matt Turner out of contention, but Arteta was handed two major boosts in midweek. The injury that Saka sustained against Ireland was only a minor one, and he was able to come on as a substitute in the Europa League, while Oleksandr Zinchenko was finally back in the squad after a troublesome calf injury. Zinchenko did not earn any minutes as Tierney produced a man-of-the-match performance, which has certainly given Arteta food for thought here, but the Ukrainian's ability to help overload the midfield could ultimately win over, assuming he is deemed fit enough to start. Ireland vs Wales: Date & kick-off time Wales possible starting lineup: L Williams; Adams, North, Hawkins, Dyer; Biggar, T Williams; G Thomas, Owens (c), Francis, Beard, AW Jones, Morgan, Tipuric, Faletau. Replacements: Baldwin, Carre, Lewis, Jenkins, Reffell, Webb, O Williams, Cuthbert. Ireland possible starting lineup: Keenan; Hansen, Ringrose, McCloskey, Lowe; Sexton (c), Gibson-Park; Porter, Sheehan, Bealham; Beirne, Ryan; O’Mahony, Van der Flier, Doris. Replacements:Herring, Healy, O’Toole, Henderson, Conan, Murray, Byrne, Aki. We say: Wales 1-2 Ireland Even if Ireland can find the back of the net early doors at Principality Stadium, Cardiff - as they have done throughout the season - failure to put the game to bed would open the door for the Blues to dent the Gunners' early title aspirations. Potter is yet to suffer defeat at Principality Stadium, Cardiff, but Ireland have fond memories of their recent trips to West London and were able to rest a number of key first-team stars in midweek, so we expect the Gunners to take advantage of the Blues' dSix Nations Rugbyeted defence and travel back to the Emirates with a hard-earned three points.