After France comfortably dispatched of Italy last night, we now turn our attentions to a double-header on Saturday afternoon, and the first match will see Ireland host Wales at 2:15pm, while the clash for the Calcutta Cup will take place at Murrayfield at 4:45pm, as Scotland take on England in another sensational clash.
We shall keep you abreast of all the developments here.
It's not been pretty in Marseille as the forwards dominated possession for France and Italy in the first half.
The French got off to a quick start through Paul Gabrillagues try in the corner but Italy came straight back through a penalty try to lead 5-7. The French dominated the play but plenty of missed opportunities mean they only lead by four points thanks to two Maxime Machenaud penalties.
The second half gets underway shortly on BBC1.
There's also Six Nations action tonight from Marseille as a much changed French side take on Italy.
Both sides are looking for their first win in this year's tournament. Italy are perennial strugglers but it's been a disaster tournament for the French so far who make eight changes from the team that lost to Scotland a fortnight ago.
This is the first time the French have played a home Six Nations match outside of Paris.
England coach Eddie Jones has opted to make a change to his starting XV ahead of their clash with Scotland on Saturday.
Nathan Hughes will start at number eight at Murrayfield in place of Sam Simmonds.
Joe Marler will be on the bench on his return from suspension.
Reigning champions England are on course for a potential Grand Slam but must be wary of a potential banana skin in the form of their hosts, who secured a morale-boosting win against France last time.
Ireland's Robbie Henshaw has been ruled out of the rest of the Six Nations.
The Leinster centre dislocated his shoulder when scoring his second try in Ireland's 56-19 win over Italy at the weekend, but it has been announced he will not recover from an operation to play any more part in Ireland's campaign.
Right then, time for the main event of the afternoon in the Six Nations.
We are minutes away from kick-off at Twickenham with England hosting Wales in one of the biggest matches of the tournament.
Can England maintain their status as favourites for the title or will Wales upset the apple cart with a win against their nearest rivals?
Kick off is at 4.45pm and this should be a humdinger.
The final whistle has gone at the Aviva Stadium and Ireland have demolished Italy 56-19.
A dominant display from the boys in green and they maintain their 100% record in the Six Nations this season. Italy once again struggling away from home and they look hot favourites for the dreaded wooden spoon.
Next up, England v Wales at Twickenham.