England's newly professional squad are under pressure to take the title from Grand Slam champions France, while Wales and Scotland seek to show progress. Read our Women's Six Nations preview by following the link below.
- FT: Italy 3-3 Wales
- Wales took the lead through Wilkins penalty
- Italy equalised courtesy of Sillari penalty
- Wales have try ruled out due to forward pass
- Wales lost 52-3 in opening game against France
- Italy beat Scotland 28-7 in their opening fixture
You can watch Italy v Wales in the Women’s Six Nations live on Connected TV and the BBC Sport website from 18:50-21:00 GMT.
You can also watch highlights of all the weekend's games from the women's competition on BBC 2 from 23:00 GMT on Sunday, 10 February.
Wales entered this year’s Six Nations looking to improve upon their performance in last year’s competition, which saw them finish bottom with just one win.
However, their 2019 campaign got off to a tough start as they were comfortably beaten by France in Montpellier, with hooker Caroline Thomas scoring a hat-trick of tries to help the defending Grand Slam champions to a 52-3 win ahead of their crucial game with England.
Meanwhile, Italy got their 2019 campaign off to a flying start with a 27-8 win over Scotland at Scotstoun which also saw them secure a bonus point.
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