The Six Nations resumes on Saturday with Ireland hosting Italy.
Andy Farrell's men are still in with a mathematical shot of winning the title - along with England, France and Scotland.
Here's everything you need to know.
What time is Ireland v Italy kick-off?
Ireland v Italy kicks off at 3.30pm on Saturday, October 24.
What TV channel is Ireland v Italy on?
Fans can tune in to watch the game for free on ITV from 2.45pm.
What about live streaming?
You can also live stream the match via ITV Hub on a range of devices including laptops, smartphones and tablets.
What's the team news?
Ireland: Jacob Stockdale; Andrew Conway, Garry Ringrose, Bundee Aki, Hugo Keenan; Johnny Sexton, Conor Murray; Cian Healy, Rob Herring, Andrew Porter; Tadhg Beirne, James Ryan; Caelan Doris, Will Connors, CJ Stander.
Replacements: Dave Heffernan, Ed Byrne, Finlay Bealham, Ultan Dillane, Peter O’Mahony, Jamison Gibson Park, Ross Byrne, Robbie Henshaw.
Italy: Jayden Hayward; Edoardo Padovani, Luca Morisi, Carlo Canna, Mattia Bellini; Paolo Garbisi, Marcello Violi; Danilo Fischetti, Luca Bigi (C), Giosuè Zilocchi, Marco Lazzaroni, Niccolò Cannone, Sebastian Negri, Braam Steyn, Jake Polledri
Replacements: Gianmarco Lucchesi, Simone Ferrari, Pietro Ceccarelli, David Sisi, Johan Meyer, Maxime Mbanda, Callum Braley, Federico Mori
What does the Six Nations table look like?
The current Six Nations table
1. England - 13pts
2. France - 13pts
3. Scotland 10 pts
4. Ireland - 9 pts
5. Wales - 7pts
6. Italy - 0pts
What have the coaches said?
Ireland head coach Andy Farrell said: “We’ve had quite a few sessions under our belt now so we have looked at different combinations and we’ve been very impressed with Jacob.
“He is learning the trade pretty quickly in the back field.
“He is learning to adapt and get stronger there. We think he has all the attributes to push forward in that position and there will be elements of his game we need to keep pushing forward.
“What you don’t see on the wing with Jacob, from time to time, is his skill level. He has got great vision, he is able to see things and he has great hands as well.”
Italy head coach Franco Smith said: “We work day after day to improve ourselves but in no sport can you increase your strength and quality in one day.
“We have an excellent base to work from and be able to grow step by step.
“The group has a very young average age and thanks to our two domestic teams, we can make a qualitative leap, but we must remember that Rome was not built in a day.
“This for us is a beginning and an opportunity to create our new culture, with an enlarged group that will form the basis for the future of the national team.”