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DATE & TIME: 15:00 local, 15:00 GMT | 10 Feb 2013England’s Dan Cole, Dylan Hartley and Alex Corbisiero celebrate a penalty try, England v Ireland, Six Nations, Twickenham, England, March 17, 2012
Venue : Murrayfield
Ireland and England will attempt to keep their Six Nations Grand Slam dreams alive when they go head-to-head at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday.
The hosts kicked off their championship campaign with a thrilling 33-20 victory over Wales with an outstanding performance from Brian O’Driscoll and some fancy footwork from Simon Zebo the highlights of an enthralling game. England also turned on the style in despatching Scotland 38-18 with an all-action approach propelling them to a convincing victory.
These two sides meet for the first time since England crushed their Irish rivals at Twickenham in last year’s Six Nations and Stuart Lancaster’s side will enter the game as marginal favourites but they have not won a championship clash in Dublin since 2003. The Irish always seem to conjure something extra for the visit of their historic foes – most recently gate-crashing England’s Grand Slam party in 2011.
The game is also set to double as a key British & Irish Lions trial with many leading contenders set to face off including playmakers Jonathan Sexton and Owen Farrell under the watchful eye of coach Warren Gatland.
Ireland – Player to Watch: Jonathan Sexton is favourite to pull on the British & Irish Lions’ No.10 jersey and will be keen to lay down another significant marker against one of his main rivals for that honour.
Ireland – Team News: Ireland have named an unchanged after centre Gordon D’Arcy recovered from the dead leg he sustained against Wales and flanker Peter O’Mahony was given the all-clear after suffering concussion in the same match. Centre Brian O’Driscoll, flanker Sean O’Brien, fullback Rob Kearney and prop Mike Ross have also shrugged off knocks they picked up in what was a bruising Millennium Stadium encounter. Substitute centre Keith Earls takes his place on an unchanged replacements bench after damaging his shoulder against Wales.
England – Player to Watch: Dan Cole has been at the heart of England’s resurgence but will face a tough battle at scrum-time against a future Lions team-mate – Ireland’s Cian Healy.
England – Team News: James Haskell has been recalled to the starting line-up for the first time since last year’s tour to South Africa following an injury to No.8 Ben Morgan. Haskell will pack down at blindside flanker with Tom Wood moving to the back of the scrum to fill the void left by Morgan. A fit-again Manu Tuilagi has to settle for a place on the bench where he is joined by Leicester team-mate Thomas Waldrom in the only other change to the matchday squad.