Irish rugby union fans in Dublin will get to watch a rugby union game against France on Saturday.
The fixture kicks off at 10:45pm local time (7:45am GMT) in the Aviva Stadium and is part of the Rugby World Cup 2019 fixture between Ireland and France.
The game will be played on a grass pitch at the Aviv Stadium.
The home side will be led by scrumhalf Jack McGrath while the visitors will be coached by former England international George North.
Both sides have lost three of their past four fixtures in the series, with the hosts taking an 18-6 win in Dublin last year.
They were defeated 16-14 in London in June.
The match was postponed because of a thunderstorm in November and has been moved to Dublin.
Here are the highlights of the match on the Irish Rugby Union’s official website: The French squad are coached by the former England scrum-half George North and have won a record four consecutive home games against Ireland.
It’s a new record for the squad that includes seven players who have played for the Lions, two from the All Blacks and one from France.
French scrum captain Pascal Poupard is the only Englishman on the squad.
He scored the winning try against the Lions last year, but his form for the French has been questioned due to the absence of Rory Best.
It means that the French side have not played a Test match in Ireland since December 2010.
The Lions, who have won two of their last three matches, are led by lock Sam Cane.
He has scored two tries in the past two matches.
French centre George Smith has been the only England player to play in the first four matches of the series.
He is the leading try scorer for the England side with six.
The next fixture for Ireland is on April 18 against the Springboks in the World Cup Quarter Finals in Cardiff.
The French Rugby Union team are coached in France by former French national team boss Francois Pienaar.