Italy v France (Kick-off 2.30pm) and Wales v Ireland (Kick-off 5.00pm). Coverage of the opening two matches on the penultimate weekend of the championship, staged at the Stadio Flaminio in Rome and the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. The Azzurri have lost the last 12 fixtures against the French, and in their last four meetings in Rome have conceded at least 50 points on three occasions. Les Bleus are still in with a chance of winning a second successive title, despite defeat to England last time out, and will expect to avoid an upset ahead of their final match against Wales. Ireland have won on their last two visits to Cardiff, including a 17-15 victory in 2009 that saw them clinch their first Grand Slam since 1948. Such a feat is out of the question this year following their defeat to France, while the Welsh are looking for a first win on home soil against us Irish since 2005. Tom McGurk is joined in studio by George Hook, Brent Pope and Conor O'Shea, with commentary by George Hamilton, Frankie Sheahan, Ryle Nugent and Ralph Keyes.