Wales' Josh Adams (right) celebrates with teammate Jonathan Davies during the Six Nations rugby union match between Wales and England in 2021; the team faces Ireland tomorrow. Credit: David Davies/Pool Via AP

England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales are all making final preparations before the Six Nations kicks off tomorrow.

This years Six Nations will be a one to remember after crowds are again allowed in stadiums.

Wales head to the Aviva stadium in Dublin tomorrow to take on Ireland in the 14:15 GMT kick off. Reigning champions Wales will be itching to put on a strong show after a disappointing Autumn Internationals. It will prove a difficult test as Ireland are heading in strong with a respectable 29-20 win over the All Blacks and a whitewashing of Argentina 53-7.

Later in the day Eddie Jones’ new look England team will face Scotland at Murrayfield, Edinburgh, for the Calcutta Cup in the 16:45 GMT match.  In one of the fiercest rivalries in sport, both teams will be battling hard to put their hand on the trophy come the final whistle.

Ahead of the game Eddie Jones talked to PA Media about England starlet Marcus Smith. He said, “I’ve got no doubt Marcus has got the desire and the drive to be one of the best 10s in the world”.

Tomorrow kicks off the five week competition, which promises to be one of the best with all the titans of test rugby clashing it out.