When Ireland and Scotland met in Dublin last March, the Scots battled their way to a 23-20 victory with number 8 Johnnie Beattie scoring a try and out-half Dan Parks kicking 18 points - five penalties and a drop goal.
Ireland, who were 14-7 down at half-time, had tries in each half from Brian O'Driscoll and Tommy Bowe, but it was Scotland's day.
At Murrayfield in 2009, Jamie Heaslip crossed the home whitewash and Ronan O'Gara kicked 17 points in a hard-fought 22-15 triumph for Declan Kidney's men. It was the fourth leg of a memorable Grand Slam run.
We will have live text commentary of Ireland's third match in the 2011 Championship direct from Edinburgh, with Bowe, O'Gara and Eoin Reddan coming in as the three changes in personnel from the French game.
There will be full live text and score updates throughout the coverage as Ireland look to make it two wins out of three and draw level on four points with second-placed Wales and defending champions France, who are third in the table.
We provide links to the live radio commentary from the RTE Radio 1 team, with coverage also available on RTE Two and BBC Two Television.
Starting at 2.30pm with our pre-match build-up (the game kicks off at 3pm), you can feel part of the action on IrishRugby.ie with MatchDay Live.
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