London Irish supporters will be able to watch Saturday evening's European Rugby Challenge Cup trip to Scarlets live on free-to-air television.
Welsh broadcaster S4C has reached an agreement to show live coverage of Welsh regions’ matches in this season’s Challenge Cup.
With three of the regions in this season’s competition, supporters will able to watch one live match per round during the group stages, after an agreement was reached with rights-holders BT Sport and EPCR.
The first of those six matches sees Scarlets host Pool Two opponents London Irish live on S4C, on Saturday 16 November.
Host Rhys ap Wiliam and pitchside reporter Lauren Jenkins will be joined by former Wales internationals Mike Phillips, Nicky Robinson and Gwyn Jones for match coverage. English commentary will be available via the red button, provided by Andy Moore and Nicky Robinson.
S4C is a Welsh language public service broadcaster which is available to watch across the United Kingdom. The channel is the leading broadcaster of rugby in Wales, showing international men’s, women’s and age-grade rugby (2019 Rugby World Cup, 2020 Six Nations – Men, Women and Under 20, Autumn internationals), regional rugby (Guinness PRO14 and European Rugby Challenge Cup) and domestic rugby (Indigo Group Premiership, Welsh Colleges and Schools League, Regional age-grade, Varsity).
Scarlets v London Irish
Saturday 16 November, 7.45pm
English Commentary Available
S4C is available in Wales on: Freeview - 4, Virgin TV -166, Freesat -104, Sky -104.
Outside Wales on: Virgin TV -166, Freesat -120, Sky -134.
Watch live and on demand for 35 days exclusively via S4C Clic; online or on the app, and BBC iPlayer.