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Championship - Fixture Information

Guinness Player of the match: Mako Vunipola

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kick-off
Saturday 2nd February 2019, Kick Off 4.45pm GMT, 5.45PM CET
venue
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
tv
ITV (UK), FR2 (France), Virgin Media (Ireland), DMAX (Italy), NBC (USA)
tickets

For ticket and hospitality information for Ireland v England please contact the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU).

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Ireland take on England in the third fixture of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.

Kick off is 4.45pm GMT, 5.45pm CET on Saturday 2nd February 2019.

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Sean Cronin, Elliot Daly, Jordan Larmour and Ben Te’o 17/3/2018

15

15

Ireland have held England to 15 points or less in five of their last six meetings in the Six Nations.

CJ Stander celebrates scoring a try 17/3/2018

13

13

The home side have won on 13 occasions when England and Ireland have met in the Six Nations, while only six wins have gone to the visitors.

Mako Vunipola and James Ryan 17/3/2018

65

65

England (65) and Ireland (64) had the highest number of offensive rucks that lasted over six seconds in the 2018 Six Nations

Rory Best supported by Iain Henderson tackled by Owen Farrell and Dylan Hartley 17/3/2018

166

166

Rory Best (166) and Maro Itoje (148) led all players in terms of attacking ruck arrivals during the 2018 Six Nations tournament. The top seven players in that category were either English or Irish.

Jacob Stockdale scores a try despite Damian McKenzie 17/11/2018

108

108

Ireland outscored their Autumn international opponents by 108 points; trailing for a total of just 39 minutes across the four tests.

Matias Alemanno tackled by Iain Henderson, Cian Healy and Jonathan Sexton 10/11/2018

6

6

Ireland conceded just six points in the second half of games during their four Autumn Internationals.

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