Watch Wales vs Ireland Live Streaming 2015 Six nations Rugby Live Online.This Rugby Union match will be kick off at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Saturday 14 March 2015 online, Time 14:30 GMT (UTC+0) and its broadcast on BBC, RTE,S4C, Fox Sports,Online Channels,Sky Sports.
Venue: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Date: 14 March, 2015 Kick-off: 14:30 GMT
Coverage: Live on BBC One, HD, Red Button, S4C, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Cymru, Radio 5 live, 5 live sports extra, online, mobile, the BBC Sport app and Connected TV.
Ahead of this week’s Wales v Ireland Six Nations decider this Saturday, we spoke to Arwel Jones, a Scarlets and Wales fan about his views on the upcoming grudge match.
Arwel has been a rugby fan for as long as he can remember following both the Scarlets and Wales. His playing career was limited to appearances for my school, Glantaf, in Cardiff, which incidentally was the same school that Jamie Roberts attended. He currently works in London and can be found rambling about mainly rugby on
My defining Wales Ireland memory is the match from 2005 in which the whole of Wales was brought to a standstill as its team looked to claim their first grand slam in 27 years in a sun-kissed Cardiff.
It was one of those ‘I was there moments’ as my 12 year old self sat behind the goal as Gethin Jenkins charged down O’Gara and scored to kick start a win played in the open, exciting fashion that was indicative of that Welsh team. By winning that game it ended all those years of hurt and provided the spark that has led to the recent spell of success for Wales.
It promises to be another epic Six Nations encounter on Saturday as Wales seek to derail Ireland’s Grand Slam bid and boost their own title claims.
BBC Wales Sport delves through the video archives to pick out some truly memorable moments from previous encounters.
Each rivalry in the Six Nations has its own particular character and history, but the one between Wales and Ireland holds a special resonance for players and supporters alike.
The records favour Wales since the two sides first met in a Home Nations match in 1882, with the men in red having won 65 of the 120 games played, Ireland taking 49, with six draws.
But since 2000 when Italy joined the party to create the Six Nations, Ireland have held the whip hand and Wales have won just five of their 15 meetings – their worst record against any team in the Six Nations.
Along the way there have been sparkling tries, dramatic endings, controversial decisions and sublime skill.
Wales: Leigh Halfpenny, George North, Jonathan Davies, Jamie Roberts, Liam Williams, Dan Biggar, Rhys Webb, Gethin Jenkins, Scott Baldwin, Samson Lee, Luke Charteris, Alun Wyn Jones, Dan Lydiate, Sam Warburton, Toby FaletauReplacements: Richard Hibbard, Rob Evans, Aaron Jarvis, Jake Ball, Justin Tipuric, Mike Phillips, Rhys
Priestland, Scott Williams (Scarlets)
Ireland: Rob Kearney, Tommy Bowe, Jared Payne, Rob Henshaw, Simon Zebo, Jonathan Sexton, Conor Murray, Jamie Heaslip, Sean O’Brien, Peter O’Mahony, Paul O’Connell, Devin Toner, Mike Ross, Rory Best, Jack McGrath
Substitutes: Felix Jones, Ian Madigan, Eoin Reddan, Jordi Murphy, Iain Henderson, Martin Moore, Cian Healy, Sean Cronin