After an exhilarating few weeks of action, just one round of matches remains in the Under-20 Six Nations Summer Series.
All eight sides are in action across a jam-packed day of rugby, with Finals Day culminating in the decider between South Africa and Wales to see who will remain undefeated.
There is sure to be plenty more skills, thrills, and drama on show after an already pulsating three rounds of rugby, so make sure you catch every second.
The day kicks-off bright and early as Ireland take on Scotland at 11am BST, with both sides looking to end their summer on a high.
Grand Slam champions Ireland have been unable to hit the heights of the winter in the warmer climes but did seal their first win in Round 3 thanks to a 37-36 win over England.
It wasn’t enough to lift them off the bottom of Pool A but they showed plenty to worry Scotland, as Sam Prendergast’s boot fired them to victory alongside four first-half tries.
Their opponents are still looking for their first win after disappointing defeats to Wales, Italy, and Georgia for Scotland in Pool B.
However, Kenny Murray’s men will be eager to secure a successful outing before departing Italy with the game live on the Six Nations Under-20s YouTube Channel.
The Celtic encounter will be followed at 2pm by France taking on Georgia, after both sides finished third in their pools.
France made a barnstorming start to their campaign with a 42-21 victory over Ireland but were quickly brought back down to earth by defeats to England and South Africa.
Les Bleuets won’t be happy with their two losses on the bounce and will be hoping to avoid a third against The Lelos.
France still ran in four tries against an impressive South Africa side, including two for Louis Bielle-Biarrey, and will be hoping to bring their very best against a tough Georgia unit.
The Lelos come into the game off the back of their stunning 55-17 win over Scotland, the perfect remedy to their two narrow defeats to Italy and Wales, meaning they will be a tough test for France live on the Six Nations Under-20s YouTube Channel.
The temperature will begin to rise as England face Italy in the third game of the day at 5pm.
Italy come into the game having narrowly lost 23-20 to Wales in Pool B’s decider after wins against Scotland and Georgia, while England sneaked through thanks to two losing bonus points against Ireland.
The Azzurrini have impressed on home soil this summer after a strong showing in the Under-20 Six Nations earlier in the year.
There have been key performers across the pitch, with Nicolo Teneggi dictating the attack and Alex Mattioli dominating in the forwards.
It all means it will be a tough test for England, who will still be reeling from defeat to Ireland in Round 3.
Alan Dickens’ men will be hoping to recall their performance against France where they ran out 29-20 winners despite at one stage being reduced to 12 men.
To do that, they’ll need big performances from the likes of Ewan Richards and Emeka Ilione up front and supply Fin Smith and Charlie Bracken with plenty of ball.
All the action will be live on the Under-20s Six Nations YouTube Channel ahead of the finale at 8pm, where South Africa take on Wales.
Both sides boast 100% records going into the game, but one must give in Treviso on Tuesday.
South Africa blitzed a strong Pool A with victories over England, Ireland, and France marking the Junior Boks out as a real danger side.
But they’ll face a Wales side who will be full of confidence too after edging out Italy in the final Pool B game.
Christ Tshiunza was the key man for Wales last time out, with the second row dominant on both sides of the ball and dotting down for good measure.
They’ll need big performances from everybody, with coverage live on the Under-20s Six Nations YouTube channel.
Six Nations Under-20s Summer Series Finals Day
Ireland v Scotland – 11am – Watch live on Under-20s Six Nations Rugby YouTube channel
France v Georgia – 2pm – Watch live on Under-20s Six Nations Rugby YouTube channel
England v Italy – 5pm – Watch live on Under-20s Six Nations Rugby YouTube channel
South Africa v Wales – 8pm – Watch live on Under-20s Six Nations Rugby YouTube channel