**International rugby is set to resume this weekend and all eyes are on the Six Nations with four games to go.**\n\nIreland kick-start the Championship against Italy on Saturday and Media Watch starts right there, with head coach Andy Farrell faced with some selection dilemmas. \n\n[Where to play Ulster back Jacob Stockdale is one](https://www.irishexaminer.com/sport/rugby/arid-40067730.html ), with the winger adapting impressively at full-back in the Guinness PRO14. \n\nStockdale was the Championship’s top try-scorer in 2018 and has been a nailed-on starter on the wing ever since but says he would welcome the change to No.15, if needed.\n\n“I think my game is coming along really nicely, to be honest,” he said. “Those last two games in the PRO14 were really big for me personally, just to get two big performances under my belt before I came in here. \n\n“And before that I felt like I was putting in decent performances. Obviously the Toulouse game was probably a bit of a blip. It was really disappointing for me and for us as a team in Ulster but these things are going to happen.” \n\nStockdale may be required at full-back after Leinster revealed Jordan Larmour will be out for up to four months. \n\nLarmour dislocated his shoulder in their Guinness PRO14 victory against Benetton and is in a race to be fit for the 2021 Six Nations. \n\n"Wishing you a speedy recovery, Jordan," the club tweeted.