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At Least Three Of Ireland's World Cup Warm Up Games Will Not Be On Terrestrial TV

At Least Three Of Ireland's World Cup Warm Up Games Will Not Be On Terrestrial TV
By PJ Browne Updated

Ireland have four Rugby World Cup warm up games scheduled in the six weeks running up to their opening match of the tournament against Canada on September 19th.

These are the fixtures:

Wales vs Ireland - August 8th, Millennium Stadium.
Ireland vs Scotland - August 15th, Aviva Stadium.
Ireland vs Wales - August 29th, Aviva Stadium.
England vs Ireland - September 5th, Twickenham.

Sky Sports have agreed a deal to broadcast both of Ireland's home warm up games. They already held rights to non-Six Nations England games meaning that the encounter at the Millennium Stadium against Wales could be the only match shown live on terrestrial TV.

Picture credit: Brendan Moran / SPORTSFILE

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