Ireland 10-9 England LIVE! Six Nations 2023 match stream, latest score and rugby updates today

Six Nations Super Saturday concludes with a big clash between old rivals in Dublin tonight. The stage is set for the world’s best team to win a memorable Grand Slam on home soil after a fantastic tournament and fire another big warning shot as they attempt to end their World Cup curse in the fall.

Few would give England a prayer to spoil tonight’s party and deny Ireland a fourth Slam overall, their second in five years and the first in that city, with Steve Borthwick’s side no doubt still feeling the effects of a record win over France at Twickenham gets to feel. But if they could pull off a sizeable upset they would be doing Les Bleus a huge favor by trying to steal the title on the final day when they face Wales in Paris beforehand.

Borthwick will demand a quick reaction from his team as he brings back veteran Test warriors Owen Farrell and Manu Tuilagi for a bloody showdown. Follow Ireland v England in the Six Nations live below, with expert analysis from Nick Purewal at the Aviva Stadium.

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57 minutes: The Irish crowd let out a groan of frustration after Porter went down in the scrum and England were awarded another penalty.


56 minutes: Arm from England as they drop the ball by the maul and Gibson-Park grabs it.

Ireland want to release Lowe quickly down the left flank but he’s in touch.

Things then begin with Porter, Curry and Van Poortvliet at the center of the trouble.

The situation is eventually defused.


55 minutes: Jack Conan replaces O’Mahony in Ireland’s back row.

England with an alley on the edge of the Irish 22 after that pathetic sexton kick.


54 minutes: A lot of kicking now from England with 14 men.

Just no fluency or rhythm about Ireland at the moment.

England’s intensity and line speed are tremendous, as is their work in the collapse.

They force another error as Sexton twists a kick straight into full length.


53 minutes: Willis has a head wound after a big punch to O’Mahony, with Ben Curry in the back row for now.

Easy from Ireland back on the alley. Despite their numerical advantage, they didn’t start the second half well at all.


PENALTY! Ireland 10-9 England | Owen Farrell 51′

51 minutes: The first points of the second half go to 14-man England!

A decent long kick from Farrell splits the posts.

Brilliant spirit on Borthwick’s side in adversity, seven days after that humiliation in France.

Ireland needs to improve. They will need their replacement to come and make sure that job gets done.


50 minutes: The scrum goes down and England roar with joy again as they get the whistle.

Another Farrell penalty looms which he hopes will reduce the deficit to just one point.


48 minutes: England stole a line-up but it’s sloppy from Ireland as Sinckler gets it back quickly.

In the tactical kick fight, the visitors then climb to the top and celebrate as if they were trying.

Good job by Farrell in forcing the Irish error.

England ball in the scrum.


45 minutes: Sexton attempts a small kick-through that fails and Ireland then has an alley down the other side.

A kick to the 22 is executed by Watson, who calls for the mark. England clears its lines for the time being.


Give your opinion on this controversial sacking for Freddie Steward…


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