England will be looking to benefit from home advantage when they take on Ireland in the 2020 Six Nations on Sunday.
Eddie Jones’ side will want to build on their 13-6 victory against Scotland last time out and inflict a first defeat on the Irish in this year’s tournament.
Ireland have won two from two whereas England fell to a 24-17 defeat in their opening game against France and will eye this weekend’s game as crucial if they have any hopes of lifting the trophy.
Sunday’s encounter is England’s first of the tournament in front of their own fans and they will be hoping for a raucous Twickenham to guide them to victory.
Jones faces a familiar adversary in Ireland’s head coach Andy Farrell, the pair briefly crossed paths at England, and the former will be out to claim bragging rights.
Here’s all the key information you need to know ahead of the game.
When is the game and where is it being played?
England entertain Ireland at Twickenham in their third game of the Six Nations on Sunday February, 23.
The game kicks off at 3pm.
What TV channel is it on and can you live stream the match?
The match is on ITV from 2.10pm with all the build up to the clash.
To stream England vs Ireland head to the ITV website or app, if you are in the UK.
Mirror Sport will also have a live blog of the game.
England team news
The hosts have made five changes to the team that narrowly beat Scotland at Murrayfield.
Head coach Jones has reshuffled England’s backline and most noticeably has moved centre Jonathan Joseph out onto the wing.
Full-back Elliot Daly comes into the side for his first tournament start and replaces George Furbank who is unavailable through injury.
England welcome centre Manu Tuilagi back following his recovery from a groin injury, which forced him off against France.
Ben Youngs returns at scrum half at the expense of Will Heinz and Courtney Lawes replaces Lewis Ludlum at blindside flanker.
One final change sees prop Joe Marler start in place of Mako Vunipola who has returned home to Tonga missing for family reasons.
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