Ireland 0-0 Wales rugby LIVE SCORE: Latest updates from huge Six Nations clash at Aviva Stadium – latest

Ireland 0-0 Wales rugby LIVE SCORE: Latest updates from huge Six Nations clash at Aviva Stadium – latest

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IRELAND take on Wales today in the Six Nations and Warren Gatland’s side are desperate for a win.

The Irish have been emphatic so far, beating France in Paris before thrashing Italy while Wales have lost narrowly to Scotland and England.

  • Kick-off time: 2.15pm GMT
  • Stream/TV: ITV1/S4C
  • Ireland 17-7 Wales

    45. This is just the start to the second half Wales wanted.

    As they drove for the line, after a long wait, they are awarded a penalty try and Beirne is sent to the stands.

    Big chance for the visitors to use their man advantage now to get back into this game.

  • Yellow card – Tadhg Beirne (Ireland)

  • Penalty try – Wales

  • Ireland 17-0 Wales

    43. Penalty is awarded to Wales as O’Mahony is told that his player tackled a player without the ball.

    Some running repairs are going on as Winnett is being treated for a cut.

    There is a lot of blood coming from a gash above his eye.

    Wales kick for touch and look to drive for the line with the maul.

  • Ireland 17-0 Wales

    41. Beirne has the chance to drive forward early on.

    They work it to Aki as he uses his brute strength to make inroads.

    Wales manage to get the ball back and punt downfield.

  • Kick-off: Ireland 17-0 Wales

    We are back underway at the Aviva Stadium.

    Huge task lies ahead for the visitors.

    Wales get the second half started.

  • HT: Ireland 17-0 Wales

    Not many people, Welsh fans included, could see anything but an Ireland win in Dublin today.

    That said, the men in green have been relentless.

    Wales need more visits to the Ireland twenty-two if they are going to find any way back into this game.

    Andy Farrell’s men are almost out of sight in this one.

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  • HT: Ireland 17-0 Wales

    Ireland kick into touch to go into the interval with a comfortable lead.

    It has been one-way traffic in the main.

    Wales are struggling to put a dent on the hosts, making basic errors when it counts.

  • Ireland 17-0 Wales

    39. Wales are penalised for poor discipline once again.

    Going off their feet, gifting possession back to Ireland.

    Warren Gatland will not be happy with how his side are wasting possession at times.

  • Ireland 17-0 Wales

    37. Wales win a penalty with the Irish line in sight.

    Considering the score, they opt to go for touch.

    Three points are of no use to Warren Gatland’s side right now.

    Credit: Sportsfile
  • Ireland 17-0 Wales

    35. It is hard to name a side in world rugby who would beat Ireland at the moment.

    That is the size of the task for Wales in Dublin.

    Gatland’s side drive forward for a rare trip to the Irish half as they look to get something before the break.

  • Ireland 17-0 Wales

    33. It is hard to resist this Irish side in full flow.

    Nash does brilliantly to offload in the tackle and Lowe has the simple job of going over the line unopposed.

    Crowley sends over a superb kick from out on the touchline to convert.

  • Try – James Lowe (Ireland)

  • Ireland 10-0 Wales

    31. Ireland are camped out on the Welsh line.

    They manage to hold them at bay, showing some great defending.

    The hosts look to spread the ball but the pass is high and they cannot capitalise.

  • Ireland 10-0 Wales

    29. Such is the talent of this Irish side, even when Wales have the ball in hand on their own five metre line, they look dangerous.

    Williams kicks downfield but Lowe collects and charges forward.

    No respite for the visitors as Ireland come forward once again.

    Credit: Getty
  • Ireland 10-0 Wales

    27. Gibson-Park breaks from the scrum and ball is worked out wide to Lowe.

    He bursts through the challenge and Ireland head towards the Welsh line.

    Wales desperately try to defend but as a result Ireland have a man ahead of the ball player and the visitors will have the put in at the scrum.

  • Ireland 10-0 Wales

    25. A scrappy Irish lineout leads to Gibson-Park knocking on as the ball comes off the tail.

    It takes some of the pressure off the visitors as they have the put in at the scrum.

    Andy Farrell looks like a man deep in thought in the stands.

  • Ireland 10-0 Wales

    23. Pressure is building on Wales now.

    With Ireland adding points to the board to assert their dominance, Gatland’s side have offered nothing in attack.

    Ireland will want to put some more points on the board before the interval.

  • Ireland 10-0 Wales

    21. Ireland opted for touch from a penalty, win

…. to be continued
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