Ireland vs Scotland: TV channel, live stream, kick-off time, team news for FINAL Women's Six Nations tie

IRELAND close the 2021/22 edition of the Women's Six Nations tournament with a mouth-watering match against Scotland.

The Irish will be still licking their wounds having recently been annihilated by England in round four.


But, Greg McWilliams' squad still have the chance to go level on points with Wales who sit one place above them.

However, Scotland will be eager to put things right after they were surprisingly beat by the Italians in the previous round.

And a win could see the Scots climb off the bottom depending on how other results go.

What time does Ireland vs Scotland kick off?

  • Ireland face Scotland TOMORROW – Saturday, April 30.
  • Kick-off has been scheduled for 8pm UK time.
  • It is taking place at Kingspan Stadium in Belfast which can approximately 18,000 supporters.
  • Scotland scraped a marginal win the last time these two sides met back in September 2021.

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What TV channel is Ireland vs Scotland on and can I live stream it?

  • Ireland vs Scotland will be broadcasted live on BBC Scotland and BBC Two Northern Ireland
  • Coverage commences on both channels from 7:55pm UK time – five minutes before kick-off.
  • Subscription members can head to the BBC Sport website or the BBC iPlayer app if they prefer to stream the game live.

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Vicky Irwin is set to win her first cap in an Ireland shirt at full-back whilst Molly Scuffil-McCabe moves out to the wing.

And Nikki Caughey will replace Nicole Cronin who has been ruled out with an injury.

As for Sam Monaghan, the standout star has shaken off her knock and his able to line up in the second row.

Meanwhile, the Scotland head coach Bryan Easson has named an unchanged side to go head-to-head with Ireland on the final matchday.

Starting XV and replacements

Ireland XV: Vicky Irwin; Aoife Doyle, Sene Naoupu, Enya Breen, Molly Scuffil-McCabe; Nikki Caughey, Kathryn Dane; Linda Djougang, Neve Jones, Christy Haney, Nichola Fryday (captain), Sam Monaghan, Dorothy Wall, Edel McMahon, Hannah O'Connor

Ireland replacements: Emma Hooban, Chloe Pearse, Katie O'Dwyer, Aoife McDermott, Grace Moore, Meave Og O'Leary, Ailsa Hughes, Michelle Claffey

Scotland XV: Chloe Rollie; Rhona Lloyd, Lisa Thomson, Helena Nelson, Shona Campbell; Sarah Law, Caity Mattinson; Molly Wright, Lana Skeldon, Christine Belisle, Emma Wassell, Sarah Bonar, Rachel Malcolm (captain), Rachel McLachlan, Evie Gallagher

Scotland replacements: Jodie Rettie, Leah Bartlett, Katie Dougan, Louise McMillan, Eva Donaldson, Mairi McDonald, Emma Orr, Megan Gaffney

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