WALES got their Six Nations campaign off to the perfect start – but not without a scare in Paris.
The Dragons overturned a 16-0 half-time deficit and will be confident of seeing off an Italy side who were swept aside 33-20 by Scotland in Week One.
How can I watch Italy vs Wales on TV?
THROUGHOUT the tournament, the BBC and ITV will alternate coverage of the Six Nations.
Every single match of the competition will be broadcast on free-to-air TV.
Wales will hope to make it two wins from two in Rome – and you can watch the game live on ITV1 as well as Welsh language channel S4C.
You must have a valid TV licence to watch – you can get one here.
How can I live stream the match?
YOU can stream the action by logging onto the ITV Hub through your browser.
The app is also available on mobile and tablet devices from either the App or Android store.
Here on SunSport we’ll be running a LIVE BLOG to keep you up to date with all the action as it happens.
What are the Six Nations games on TV this weekend?
- Saturday, February 9 – Scotland vs Ireland (2.15pm) BBC2
- Saturday, February 9 – Italy vs Wales (4.45pm) ITV1 and S4C
- Sunday, February 10 – England vs France (3pm) ITV1