The Six Nations moves into its second round of action this weekend in Edinburgh, Rome and London.
Scotland and Ireland meet at Murrayfield, Wales will look to make it two wins from two when they face Italy, while England host France on Sunday.
Ireland, the reigning Grand Slam champions, struggled against England in Dublin last week, and Saturday’s trip to Murrayfield is as much a test of their character as anything else.
England’s performance was impressive for large chunks of that game, setting the tone with a stunning passage of play from kick-off that resulted in winger Jonny May’s try.
Victory over the Italians for Wales would make it 11 successive wins against all opponents and match their all-time best set between 1907 and 1910.
They are undefeated since the midway point of last season’s Six Nations and, although Gatland has made 10 changes, another confident performance can be expected.
The Championship appears to be hurtling towards a Cardiff showdown when Wales host England on February 23.
Both sides are expected to remain unbeaten following the second round of fixtures, setting up what many fans will view as a potential Grand Slam decider.
Six Nations TV coverage (all times GMT)
Scotland vs Ireland: Saturday, February 9 (2.15pm) – BBC One
Italy vs Wales: Saturday, February 9 (4.45pm) – ITV
England vs France: Sunday, February 10 (3pm) – ITV
France vs Scotland: Saturday, February 23 (2.15pm) – BBC One
Wales vs England: Saturday, February 23 (4.45pm) – BBC One
Italy vs Ireland: Sunday, February 24 (3pm) – ITV
Scotland vs Wales: Saturday, March 9 (2.15pm) – BBC One
England vs Italy: Saturday, March 9 (4.45pm) – ITV
Ireland vs France: Sunday, March 10 (3pm) – ITV
Italy vs France: Saturday, March 16 (12.30pm) – ITV
Wales vs Ireland: Saturday, March 16 (2.45pm) – BBC One
England vs Scotland: Saturday, March 16 (5pm) – ITV
Six Nations live streaming
Fans can live stream Six Nations fixtures for free in the UK.
With the BBC and ITV sharing the broadcasting rights for the tournament, viewers are able to make use of their online apps to watch matches at no cost.
Both the BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub can be downloaded across a host of iOS and Android devices, with streaming also available on their websites.