Wales take on Ireland in their round 3 fixture in the 2024 Guinness Six Nations on Saturday (February 24).

Wales will be looking for their first win of the tournament after close loses to both Scotland (26-27) and England (14-16) in their first two matches. 

Ireland, who are currently ranked number two in the world, haven't lost a match in the tournament so far after strong wins against France (38-17) and Italy (36-0).

Wales Six Nations team v Ireland

Wales coach Warren Gatland has made just the one change to the starting line up that faced England at Twickenham a few weeks ago. 

The Wales side that will take on Ireland on Saturday is:

  1. Gareth Thomas
  2. Elliot Dee
  3. Keiron Assiratti
  4. Dafydd Jenkins (c)
  5. Adam Beard
  6. Alex Mann
  7. Tommy Reffell
  8. Aaron Wainwright
  9. Tomos Williams
  10. Sam Costelow
  11. Rio Dyer
  12. Nick Tompkins
  13. George North
  14. Josh Adams
  15. Cameron Winnett

Replacements: Ryan Elias (16), Corey Domachowski (17), Dillon Lewis (18), Will Rowlands (19), Mackenzie Martin (20), Kieran Hardy (21), Ioan Lloyd (22) and Mason Grady (23). 

Wales v Ireland kick off time and TV coverage

Wales will take on Ireland at Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Saturday (February 24) with kick-off at 2.15pm.

The Wales v Ireland match will be broadcast on ITV1, S4C and ITVX.

Coverage of Wales' round 3 Six Nations fixture will start at 1.25pm on Saturday and is scheduled to conclude at 4.30pm.


Wales v Ireland under 20s

Wales also take on Ireland in the under 20s (U20s) Six Nations competition this weekend with that fixture taking place on Friday (February 23).

Wales U20's match versus Ireland will be played at Virgin Media Park in Cork with kick-off at 7.15pm. 

If you are hoping to catch a glimpse of the U20s in action you can catch their Six Nations fixture on BBC iPlayer and S4C (in Wales only).