IRELAND's penultimate Six Nations clash could be imperative in them reclaiming the Six Nations title, for what would be for the 14th time in their history.
Where is the match?
The game will take place at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff.
When is the match?
It begins at 8.05pm on Friday, March 10.
How can I watch it?
You can catch the game on BBC One. This is the second year of a six-year deal between the BBC and ITV to share the rights to the Six Nations. If you’re living in the Republic of Ireland, you’ll be lucky enough to see the game on RTE 2.
Where to watch it?
Check out the The Auld Shillelagh, in Stoke Newington. This north London pub is highly revered for the quality of Guinness they serve, with it coming thick and fast from behind the bar. This pub, which is like a rural Irish inn, shows all major sports fixtures including the all-important big Irish rugby games, which draw excellent crowds in.
What are the match odds?
Jonathan Sexton’s late penalty saved a share of the spoils in a 16-16 encounter with Wales in Ireland’s opening game of last year’s tournament in February. Wales are 6/4 to grab victory, while Joe Schmidt’s men are 4/6 to win. The draw is available at 20/1.
Prediction: Ireland to win by 1 point