What time, what channel and what are the teams? Everything you need to know about USA vs Ireland
The Lions tour is firmly centre stage in rugby at the moment but away from the spotlight Ireland will play the first game of their own summer tour this Saturday, taking on the US Eagles in New Jersey.
Joe Schmidt has picked an interesting side, blending youth and experience, with five uncapped players included in the matchday 23. USA coach John Mitchell, who previously led the All Blacks, has picked three Irishmen in his squad, with out-half AJ MacGinty, flanker John Quill and replacement prop Paddy Ryan all selected to take on their home country.
Ireland go into the first match of their three-game tour - they have two tests in Japan to come - as heavy favourites with Schmidt's side looking to kick on from the impressive win over England in the Six Nations finale.
Here is everything you need to know about tomorrow's clash:
Where is the game taking place?
Ireland will play USA at the Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.
What time is kick off?
Thankfully, despite the game taking place in America, fans don't have to stay up too late to watch. The match kicks off at 5pm local time, which is 10pm over here.
What channel is it on?
The game is being shown exclusively on eir Sport 2, which means that most Virgin Media subscribers won't be able to tune in. Eir Sport is available on Sky, if you have an eir broadband package, or... down at your local pub if you are lucky.
What are the teams?
15. Ben Cima (Rocky Gorge)
14. Mike Te’o (Unattached)
13. Ryan Matyas (Old Blue of New York)
12. Marcel Brache (Western Force)
11. Martin Iosefo (University of Montana)
10. AJ MacGinty (Sale Sharks)
9. Nate Augspurger (Old Blue of New York — captain)
1. Ben Tarr (Denver Stampede)
2. Peter Malcolm (Wheeling Jesuit University)
3. Chris Baumann (Unattached)
4. Nate Brakeley (New York Athletic Club)
5. Nic Civetta (Newcastle Falcons)
6. John Quill (Unattached)
7. Tony Lamborn (Hawke’s Bay Magpies)
8. David Tameilau (Narbonne)
16. James Hilterbrand (Manly)
17. Joe Taufete’e (San Diego Breakers)
18. Paddy Ryan (Newcastle Falcons)
19. Matthew Jensen (Brigham Young University)
20. Andrew Durutalo (Sunwolves)
21. Shaun Davies (Glendale Raptors)
22. Will Magie (Glendale Raptors)
23. Bryce Campbell (Indiana University)
15. Tiernan O’Halloran
14. Keith Earls
13. Garry Ringrose
12. Luke Marshall
11. Jacob Stockdale (Uncapped)
10. Joey Carbery
9. Kieran Marmion
1. Cian Healy
2. Niall Scannell
3. John Ryan
4. Quinn Roux
5. Devin Toner
6. Rhys Ruddock (captain)
7. Josh van der Flier
8. Jack Conan
16. Dave Heffernan (Uncapped)
17. Dave Kilcoyne
18. Andrew Porter (Uncapped)
19. James Ryan (Uncapped)
20. Dan Leavy
21. Luke McGrath
22. Rory Scannell (Uncapped)
23. Simon Zebo
What are the odds?
Ireland are 1/12 to win, USA are 15/2 and Joe Schmidt's men are 19-point favourites.
Ireland by 20.