Another eagerly-anticipated weekend of international rugby gets underway this evening with Ireland's Ulster Bank League stars taking on their French counterparts in Massy, Paris. You can watch the match right here via the FFR live stream (kick-off 6pm Irish time).
Ireland captain Rory Best and forwards coach Simon Easterby spoke to the media at the Captain's Run press conference in Paris earlier today, ahead of Ireland's RBS 6 Nations clash with France on Saturday.
James Ryan and his team-mates will be aiming to be at their clinical best when they tackle table-topping France tonight, seeking only the Ireland Under-20s' second ever Six Nations victory on French soil.
Twelve months on from a 37-12 home defeat, Ireland's Ulster Bank League stars will have revenge on their minds when they meet the France Fédérale team on French soil for the first time. Tonight's game is being streamed live by the FFR.
Due to the recent security issues in France, the Federation Francais de Rugby (FFR) have issued the following advisory to Ireland fans travelling to Paris for the RBS 6 Nations match on Saturday, February 13.
Ireland's RBS 6 Nations campaign rolls on to France this week, with the Under-20s playing in Narbonne on Friday night, Joe Schmidt's men at the Stade de France on Saturday afternoon and the girls in green wrapping up Valentine's weekend in Perpignan on Saturday night. All three matches are live on RTÉ Two Television.
The Ireland Under-20 team (sponsored by PwC) to face France in Narbonne on Friday night (kick-off 9.05pm local time/8.05pm Irish time) has been named. The game will be broadcast live on RTÉ Two and www.rte.ie/live (island of Ireland only).
Looking forward to locking horns with France, Conor Murray said: "I know with the type of players and type of game Guy Noves likes to play, they can throw up anything. We've got to be ready for any style of game, an offloading game, a free-flowing game."