Ireland Women's crucial RBS 6 Nations clash against Scotland on Sunday will be shown live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player with coverage starting from 12.45pm.

Ireland played themselves into contention for the Six Nations title with a comprehensive 20-0 win over Wales last weekend.

The team will travel to Cumbernauld near Glasgow to take on the Scots knowing that a win would secure a Triple Crown.

As things stand, to win the title Ireland would need to beat Scotland by 21 points more than France beat England by in their clash or, if England win, beat Scotland by any margin.

Daire O’Brien will be joined in studio by former Irish international Rosie Foley and former Ireland head coach Philip Doyle. Ryle Nugent and former Irish Grand Slam winning captain Fiona Coghlan will be in Broadwood Stadium for live commentary.

The game kicks off at 1pm with coverage from 12.45pm.

The Scotland v Ireland game is the last of the weekend, which means Ireland will go into the game knowing what exactly they have to do to win their second ever championship, and first since the 2013 Grand Slam.

Tom Tierney on Ireland Women's six Nations finale