Ireland take on the All Black at the Aviva Stadium
The Irish Rugby team face the number one team in the world this afternoon.
Andy Farrell's side take on New Zealand at the Aviva Stadium from 3.15.
The home side won when the sides last met in Dublin in 2018, but then were heavily beaten a year later at the World Cup.
Ireland got the all clear to start as selected yesterday evening, following a scare after a false positive Covid-19 test.
Bohemians enjoyed a 3-1 win over their bitter Dublin rivals Shamrock Rovers at Dalymount Park last night.
Goals from Lee Grace, Promise Omochere and Robert Cornwall saw Keith Long's side beat the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions.
That could prove to be a massive three points in their race for European qualifiation.
They're fourth in the table, ahead of Derry City only on goal difference.
That's after the Candystripes beat Sligo Rovers 2-0 at home while St. Pat's and Finn Harps played out a 2-2 draw in Inchicore.
This evening already relegated Longford host Waterford who are currently in the relegation play-off spot.
The Women's National League season comes to a close today.
Champions Peamount will retain their title should they equal or better second placed Shelbourne's result.
They host Galway from half-past-7 while at the same time Shels entertain Wexford.
Elsewhere, Athlone ae at home to Bohemians at the same time while at 6-o'clock Treaty United take on DLR Waves.
Leona Maguire shot a 2-under-par second round of 68 at the LPGA's Pelican Championship in Florida last evening.
That left her 10-under all round and in a tie for third on the leaderboard.
There is a seven race card at Punchestown this afternoon, where the first goes to post at 12.00pm