It's a massive day of sport for Ireland, as the Irish national rugby team head to Cardiff to take on a mouthy Welch side, who are the only thing standing between them and a historic Grand Slam. Tom McGurk again hosts the coverage, as three games are covered starting with Italy Vs France which kicks off at 1.15pm; followed swiftly by England Vs Scotland at Twickenham at 3.30pm. The big game doesn't start until 5.30pm, when The Millennium Stadium will be the venue for a surely immense battle. Ireland need to lose by a clear 13 points for Wales to take The Championship, but many are writing off that feat already, saying Warren Gatland's men have been far too inconsistent to walk over this confident and abrasive Irish side. Bernard Dunne fights for the WBA Bantamweight Title at The O2 Dublin at 8.00pm, taking on Panamanian Ricardo 'Maestrio' Cordoba, in front of a heavily partisan crowd.