When and where is the game?
Ireland against Scotland is this Saturday (March 10) at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
What time is kick-off?
It’s a 2.15pm GMT start.
What TV channel is it on?
This match will be on ITV One.
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Garry Ringrose is expected to ease Ireland’s midfield injury nightmare by starting Saturday’s crucial clash with Scotland, having hit full fitness following a January ankle injury.
The Leinster centre could partner Bundee Aki to offset long-term injuries to Robbie Henshaw and Chris Farrell, as Ireland chase a fourth-straight NatWest Six Nations victory at the Aviva Stadium.
Henshaw may not play again this season after dislocating a shoulder in Ireland’s 56-19 win over Italy in the second round. Farrell suffered knee ligament damage in Ireland’s open training session last week, having impressed in the 37-27 win over Wales the previous weekend.
Ireland expect British and Irish Lions duo Tadhg Furlong and Iain Henderson to be fit to start against the Scots.
Coach Joe Schmidt has called up uncapped former sevens speedster Barry Daly as cover for winger Andrew Conway, who is expected to return from a knee injury next week ahead of the last clash against England at Twickenham on March 17.