Watch the Irish and the French in Dublin.
Where: Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
When: Saturday 14 February, 17.00 GMT.
Watch live: Click here to watch on BBC Sport!
It’s predicted to be a close encounter at the Aviva Stadium as Ireland host France in the Six Nations, after both sides won their opening fixtures against Italy and Scotland respectively last weekend.
There is some added importance to the fixture due to the fact that these two will also face each other later in 2015 at the World Cup.
Philippe Saint-Andre doesn’t have a great record against the Irish since taking over as head coach though, despite the fact he never lost to them as a player.
Saint-Andre’s side have drawn twice and lost once to their hosts since he took charge, but their victory over the Scots last Saturday was more convincing than the 15-8 scoreline perhaps suggested and as such only change has been made, with Eddy Ben Arous replacing Alexandre Menini at loosehead prop.
In contrast Joe Schmidt’s men struggled against relative minnows Italy in their opener and he will hope for a more convincing performance against the French as Jonathan Sexton, Jamie Heaslip and Cian Healy all return.