Reigning champions England will begin their next two Six Nations campaigns on the road and finish both on home soil.
The fixtures for the 2018 and 2019 tournaments were published on Tuesday, with Eddie Jones’ side pitted against Italy away in next year’s opening round, when France host Ireland and Scotland are the visitors to Wales.
That competition kicks off on February 3 and Ireland – who spoiled England’s hopes of back-to-back Grand Slams this time around – will travel to Twickenham on the final day.
In 2019 it will be England who head to Dublin for their tournament opener – finishing at home to Scotland – with the other first-round fixtures seeing France welcome Wales, while Italy face a trip Murrayfield.
The next edition of the annual event will see France take on Italy at home, but not in Paris. A venue for that fixture will be announced in the coming weeks.
Six Nations 2018 fixtures (all times GMT)
Wales v Scotland, Saturday 2.15pm
France v Ireland, Saturday 4.45pm
Italy v England, Sunday 3.00pm
Ireland v Italy, Saturday 2.15pm
England v Wales, Saturday 4.45pm
Scotland v France, Sunday 3.00pm
France v Italy, Friday 8.00pm
Ireland v Wales, Saturday 2.15pm
Scotland v England, Saturday 4.45pm
Ireland v Scotland, Saturday 2.15pm
France v England, Saturday 4.45pm
Wales v Italy, Sunday 3.00pm
Italy v Scotland, Saturday 12.30pm
England v Ireland, Saturday 2.45pm
Wales v France, Saturday 5.00pm
Six Nations 2019 fixtures (all times GMT)
France v Wales, Friday 8.00pm
Scotland v Italy, Saturday 2.15pm
Ireland v England, Saturday 4.45pm
Scotland v Ireland, Saturday 2.15pm
Italy v Wales, Saturday 4.45pm
England v France, Sunday 3.00pm
France v Scotland, Saturday 2.15pm
Wales v England, Saturday 4.45pm
Italy v Ireland, Sunday 3.00pm
Scotland v Wales, Saturday 2.15pm
England v Italy, Saturday 4.45pm
Ireland v France, Sunday 3.00pm
Italy v France, Saturday 12.30pm
Wales v Ireland, Saturday 2.45pm
England v Scotland, Saturday 5.00pm