The 2018 GUINNESS Series kicks off at the Aviva Stadium tonight with Grand Slam champions Ireland hosting Argentina, who defeated both South Africa and Australia during the recent Rugby Championship. Join us for our live blog, match stats and social media updates.
At home or abroad or in the stadium, the IRFU Live Blog will keep you up to date with live text commentary of Ireland’s first home Test since last March. Joe Schmidt’s men are aiming to build on last weekend’s 54-7 victory over Italy, with their 12 changes in personnel including captain Rory Best, Keith Earls, Jonathan Sexton, Tadhg Furlong, Iain Henderson and Peter O’Mahony.
Match stats, player stats, live updates and photos from Ireland v Argentina (kick-off 6.30pm) will all be available on www.irishrugby.ie/live. Ireland are on a nine-match winning run at home. They have never won 10 in a row on their own patch It is the fourth time they have strung together a run this long.
Don’t miss any of the action and show your support for the men in green on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using #IREvARG, #TeamOfUs and #ShouldertoShoulder.
Want to watch Ireland around the world? Here’s a list of the match broadcasters – please make sure you check local listings to see what time the game is shown and if it is screened live.
Ireland – RTE
Northern Ireland – Channel 4
UK – Channel 4
Argentina – ESPN SUR (covering all of South America)
New Zealand – Sky
USA – ESPN
Canada – DAZN
Australia – beIN Sports
France – beIN Sports
Germany, Austria, Switzerland – DAZN
Scandinavia – Viasat
Balkans – Arena
Japan – DAZN
Middle East & Africa – beIN Sports
South Africa & Sub-Saharan Africa – SuperSport
Asia – Rugby Pass (online)
Caribbean – ESPN