What is it?
The Six Nations match between Wales and Ireland.
When is it?
This Saturday, March 17 – ie tomorrow.
What time is kick-off?
Kick-off is at 3pm, the second of the day’s games.
What TV channel is it on?
The match will be shown on BBC One, with coverage beginning at 2pm.
You can also follow live coverage of match right here with Telegraph Sport.
What is the latest squad news?
Liam Williams has recovered from injury and will start for Wales. Full-back Williams went off during the 18-11 victory over Scotland at Murrayfield last weekend after suffering a ‘stinger’ to his shoulder area.
But the Saracens star has been named in an unchanged team by head coach Warren Gatland as unbeaten Wales chase a first Six Nations title since 2013 and first Grand Slam for seven years.
There are three survivors in Gatland’s starting line-up from the Grand Slam clincher against France in 2012 – captain Alun Wyn Jones, wing George North and centre Jonathan Davies.
But it will be a new experience for a number of other key performers – players like wing Josh Adams, who has scored three tries in his last three Six Nations games, fly-half Gareth Anscombe, flanker Josh Navidi and No 8 Ross Moriarty.