Ireland v Scotland, Rugby World Cup 2023: when is it and how to watch on TV

Who is the referee?

Australian referee Nic Berry will take charge of the match. Berry played professional rugby for nearly 10 years, as a scrum-half for the Reds in Super Rugby, Racing 92 in France and Wasps in England. He also refereed at the 2019 World Cup and was part of the refereeing panel for the 2021 British & Irish Lions tour of South Africa. 

How to watch on TV

ITV has exclusive broadcast rights to show the Rugby World Cup in the UK. Ireland v Scotland will be on ITV1.

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Radio commentary will be available only on the BBC, across Radio 5 Live, 5 Sports Extra and the BBC Sounds service. The BBC says there will be a “bespoke output” in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

How do I get tickets?

Tickets for this match have sold out but you can still purchase tickets to other matches in the pool stages via the official ticket portal.

What is the recent history between the teams?

Scotland and Ireland have played each other 140 times, with the Irish winning 69 matches, the Scots victorious on 66 occasions and five draws, but Ireland have won the last eight clashes and 12 of the last 13.

Their most recent encounter was in this year’s Six Nations, when Ireland closed in on their Grand Slam with a 22-7 win at Murrayfield in their penultimate match of the tournament

What are their pool matches and results?




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