IRELAND are back in business following a narrow, but well-earned, victory over Scotland on Sunday.
Andy Farrell's side moved up to second in the table - though France or Scotland will move above them if either win their game in hand - but are still eight points behind leaders Wales, who have four wins from four matches and have more-or-less secured the Championships.
Ireland can still finish with a bang, and victory in the final round against England would wrap up quite a reasonable tournament for a side who lost their opening two matches.
But when is the match, what time is it, and where can I watch it? Here's everything you need to know:
When is Ireland v England?
It'll take place on Saturday, March 20.
What time is kick off?
16:45 (Irish time).
What Irish TV channel is showing the match?
Virgin Media are showing the match live with coverage starting at 16:00 on Virgin Media One.
Coverage will also be shown on the Virgin Media player.
In the UK, the fixtures are being divvied up between BBC and ITV.
Where is the match taking place?
The Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
How have England performed so far?
It's been a disappointing tournament for Eddie Jones' men. The English have the same record as Ireland, with two wins and two losses after four matches, but sit a point behind them in the table courtesy of Ireland's extra bonus point.
A routine victory over Italy was sandwiched between a surprise loss to Scotland and a confidence-knocking defeat at the hands of Wales.
Pride was re-affirmed to some degree on Saturday after England narrowly saw off France, handing them their first defeat of the tournament.