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The world number one ranked side Ireland conclude the 2023 Six Nations by hosting England in Dublin. A win for the Irish will see them secure the Triple Crown, the Six Nations and their fourth ever Grand Slam.
Depending on the result earlier in the day in Paris, Ireland may already have the Six Nations in the bag by the time this game begins. But this team will want to put the icing on the cake with a win over England.
For England, it has been a disappointing campaign and most of their fans can’t wait for it to end. They experienced their heaviest home defeat last week against a rampant French team.
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Although England lead Ireland 80-51 in the head to head, the Irish have won the last two matches, scoring 32 points in each clash. England have not won in Dublin since 2019 when they ran out 32-20 winners during the Six Nations.
Top of the table Ireland make three changes from the team who came away from Edinburgh with their 100% record in tact last weekend. Garry Ringrose and Iain Henderson miss out through injury with Conor Murray left out in favour of Jamison Gibson-Park. Robbie Henshaw and Ryan Baird also come into the team.
After their mauling in front of their home fans by France seven days ago, Steve Borthwick has made four changes to his team. Captain Andy Farrell comes back into the side with Manu Tuilagi, Herny Arundell and David Ribbans also in the XV.
Where to Watch Ireland vs England
After watching all of the previous 14 games of the tournament, you certainly won’t want to miss the 15th and final clash at the Aviva Stadium. You can see all of the game with the options below.
- TV channel in the UK: ITV
- Live stream in the UK: ITV website, ITVXapp
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