Where to watch Ireland vs Japan? If you're wondering where you can watch the match this Saturday, read on, we have all the TV details here!
Following on from last weekend's 50-22, Joe Schmidt's side will take on the Japanese again this weekend. The second match will take place on Saturday at the Ajinomoto Stadium.
Where to watch Ireland vs Japan?
The match will be shown live in Eir Sport 2, Sky Channel 424 this Saturday,
What time is kick-off for Ireland v Japan?
The match kicks off at 14:40 local time which is 6:40am Irish time, set the alarms!
What is the Ireland team to play Japan?
There have been a six changes made to the team by Schmidt from the team who faced Japan last weekend.
In the forwards, Niall Scannell drops to the bench and is replaced by James Tracy at hooker. After making his Ireland debut last weekend, Kieran Treadwell takes a place in the second row at the expense of Quinn Roux. Josh van der Flier, who started the first game of the tour against USA, is back in the mix replacing Dan Leavy.
In the backs, Kieran Marmion takes the place of Luke McGrath at scrum-half. Luke Marshall is also back in the fold replacing Rory Scannell at inside centre while Jacob Stockdale comes into the starting XV in place of Simon Zebo. It means that Andrew Conway will move to fullback and Keith Earls switches wings.
15. Andrew Conway
14. Keith Earls
13. Garry Ringrose
12. Luke Marshall
11. Jacob Stockdale
10. Paddy Jackson
9. Kieran Marmion
1. Cian Healy
2. James Tracy
3. John Ryan
4. Kieran Treadwell
5. Devin Toner
6. Rhys Ruddock (c)
7. Josh van der Flier
8. Jack Conan