It will be followed by Ireland's clash with double defending champions England in what is considered one of the greatest rivalries in sport.
Then at 9pm, Wales will play France rounding off a stellar day of sport.
Three-hour packages are available from Dhs250, with house beverages costing Dhs299.
If you don't fancy unlimited BBQ, then there are plenty of other places in Dubai to watch the Six Nations.
Copper Dog in Jumeirah Beach features several screens dotted about the place to catch the action, plenty of beverage choices and, of course, a huge range of Scottish malts.
Lock Stock & Barrel in JBR is another good option. It's twice the size of the Barsha Heights original, which was our 2017 Bar of the Year, but it hasn't lost any of the charm we know and love.
For something more laid-back, head for Perry & Blackwelder's in Souk Madinat Jumeirah. It’s one of the top spots in the area for sports thanks to its many TVs, while there are also some great bar snack on offer too.
Dhs250 (soft drinks), Dhs299 (house beverages). Sat Mar 17, 6.30pm-9.30pm. The Lakes (04 454 2638).