IRELAND HAVE A CHANCE TO CREATE HISTORY LATER TODAY when they face England in the final game of the Six Nations.
A win over Steve Borthwick's England side will result in a first ever Grand Slam win on home soil.
The game in the Aviva will also Johnny Sexton's final game in the Six Nations. The 37-year-old can also break Ronan O'Gara's Six Nations points record of 557 this weekend.
England come into the game after being beaten 10-53 at home by France.
They will be aiming to spoil the party this St Patrick's weekend.
Here's a full preview of the game to come later.
Where is it on?
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
What time is it on?
What TV Station is it on?
Virgin Media TV television and RTE and BBCNI radio.
What time does coverage start
Can I listen to it on the radio?
RTÉ Radio 1
What are the odds
Are there still tickets arounds
Tickets have been sold out
Teams for the game
Fullback 15. Hugo Keenan
Winger 14. Mack Hansen
Centres 13. Robbie Henshaw 12. Bundee Aki
Winger 11. James Lowe
Out half 10 Johnny Sexton Scrumhalf 9 Jamison Gibson Park
Front row1. Andrew Porter, 2. Dan Sheehan, 3. Tadhg Furlong
Second row 4. Ryan Baird 5. James Ryan
Back row 6. Peter O’Mahony, 7. Josh van der Flier, 8. Caelan Doris
Replacements 16. Rob Herring, 17. Cian Healy, 18. Tom O’Toole, 19. Kieran Treadwell, 20. Jack Conan, 21. Conor Murray, 22. Ross Byrne, 23. Jimmy O’Brien
Our line up for Super Saturday at the Aviva! 💪#TeamOfUs | #GuinnessSixNations
— Irish Rugby (@IrishRugby) March 16, 2023
Fullback 15. Freddie Steward
Winger: 14. Anthony Watson
Centre: 13. Henry Slade 12. Manu Tuilagi
Winger: 11. Henry Arundell
Out half 10. Owen Farrell (C), Scrum half 9. Jack van Poortvliet
Front Row 1. Ellis Genge (VC), 2. Jamie George, 3. Kyle Sinckler
Second Row 4. Maro Itoje, 5. David Ribbans
Back Row 6. Lewis Ludlam (VC), 7. Jack Willis, 8. Alex Dombrandt
Replacements 16. Jack Walker, 17. Mako Vunipola, 18. Dan Cole, 19. Nick Isiekwe, 20. Ben Curry, 21. Alex Mitchell, 22. Marcus Smith, 23. Joe Marchant
Steve Borthwick has named our side for #IREvENG on Saturday 🌹@O2 | #WearTheRose
— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) March 16, 2023
What have the coaches said?
Steve Borthwick: “You see a provincial rugby set-up that keeps producing players. You see a Leinster team that is always competing at the top of Europe, and producing a huge contingent into the Ireland team.
“So, I think you look at the whole system of Irish rugby, and you see, right now, what a fantastic job everyone that is involved is doing.”
Andy Farrell: "We know it’s a huge occasion for Johnny and it’s very fitting.
He gets to have a crack at a game like this in his last one but that won’t detract anything from the only thing that matters, which is performance and being at our best.”
Referee: Jaco Peyper (SARU)
Assistant Referee 1: Ben O’Keeffe (NZR)
Assistant Referee 2: Pierre Brousset (FFR)
TMO: Marius Jonker (SARU)
What happened last year?
Ireland claimed a 32-15 bonus-point victory at Twickenham despite stiff resistance from 14-man England.
Who were the scorers last year?
England: (9) 15
Penalty: Smith (18', 33', 41', 53', 61')
Red Card: Ewels (2')
Ireland: (15) 32
Try: Lowe (6'), Keenan (37'), Conan (72'), Bealham (76')
Conversion: Sexton (39', 74', 78')
Penalty: Sexton (3', 66')
What is the head-to-head record between the sides?
There has been 139 Test matches; with England winning 80 of them, Ireland 51 and 8 resulting in a draw.
Ireland's last Grand Slam
Ireland's last Grand slam was in 2018. Ireland saw off England 24-15 in the snow at Twickenham on St Patrick's Day.
Six Nations top try scorers
Ireland: Mack Hansen and James Lowe 4 each
England: Max Malins 2
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