Wales will play France on a Friday night at the Millennium Stadium in next year's RBS 6 Nations, after the fixtures for the 2010 championship were announced.
Tournament organisers have decided to repeat their Friday night experiment after deeming this year's groundbreaking fixture a major success.
France's thrilling 21-16 victory over Wales in Paris drew the largest television audience of the championship in the host country and the second highest average audience of all 15 games in the tournament.
Next season's Friday night game is scheduled for round three of the competition on February 26.
The following day, Italy will host Scotland and Ireland play England in back-to-back fixtures.
Grand Slam champions Ireland open the 2010 RBS 6 Nations and the defence of their title against Italy in Dublin on February 6.
The tournament will climax in another 'Super Saturday', with Wales hosting Italy, Ireland against Scotland and England travelling to France for an evening kick-off.
RBS 6 Nations Championship 2010 fixture schedule (all times GMT):
Saturday 6th February
14:30 - Ireland v Italy
17:00 - England v Wales
Sunday 7th February
15:00 - Scotland v France
Saturday 13th February
14:00 - Wales v Scotland
16:30 (17:30 local) - France v Ireland
Sunday 14th February
14.30 (15:30 local) - Italy v England
Friday 26th February
20:00 - Wales v France
Saturday 27th February
13:30 (14:30 local) - Italy v Scotland
16:00 - England v Ireland
Saturday 13th March
14:30 - Ireland v Wales
17:00 - Scotland v England
Sunday 14th March
14:30 (15.30 local) - France v Italy
Saturday 20th March
14:30 - Wales v Italy
17:00 - Ireland v Scotland
19:45 (20:45 local) - France v England
Mako Vunipola, Courtney Lawes and Ben Youngs will all start for England in Rome, with Saracens' Maro Itoje finally set for his debut from the bench as Eddie Jones adjusts his line-up ahead of their trip to Italy.