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Where To Watch Ireland Vs USA - TV Details For The Autumn International

Where To Watch Ireland Vs USA - TV Details For The Autumn International
Arthur James O'Dea
By Arthur James O'Dea
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Only a week after one of Irish rugby's finest hours, it's time for Joe Schmidt's men to go again; this time it will be the USA visiting Dublin's Aviva Stadium. With a greater chance to see some of our lesser-spotted international talent on display, here is all you need to know about where to watch Ireland vs USA this weekend?

Where to watch Ireland vs Usa

Ireland vs USA

What is it? 

After picking up wins against Italy, Argentina and the All Blacks, the USA will visit Ireland for the final round of this year's Autumn Internationals.

When is it? 

The match will take place this Saturday 24 November.

What time is kick-off?

Proceedings are expected to kick-off at 6.30pm.

Where to watch Ireland vs USA?

The last of this year's Autumn Internationals will be available to you via RTÉ Two, with coverage starting from 5.30pm.


Alternatively, you can watch the match on Channel 4 - with coverage starting there from 6.10pm.

Where to watch Ireland vs USA

What is the Ireland team? 

As was to be expected, Joe Schmidt has made a whole host of changes after last weekend's defeat of the All Blacks. With Garry Ringrose the only starting player from that match resuming his place in the Ireland team for the visit of the USA, here is the team in full.


15. Will Addison
14. Andrew Conway
13. Garry Ringrose
12. Stuart McCloskey
11. Darren Sweetnam
10. Joey Carbery
9. John Cooney

1. Dave Kilcoyne
2. Niall Scannell
3. Finlay Bealham
4. Tadhg Beirne
5. Iain Henderson
6. Rhys Ruddock (captain)
7. Jordi Murphy
8. Jack Conan.



16. Rob Herring
17. Cian Healy
18. John Ryan
19. Quinn Roux
20. Josh van der Flier
21. Luke McGrath
22. Ross Byrne
23. Sam Arnold

So, one more time. If you are looking where to watch Ireland vs USA, you'll have the choice of either RTÉ Two or Channel 4, with kick-off coming at 6.30pm.

See Also: Joe Schmidt Makes Huge Changes To XV For Game Vs USA

See Also: Gareth Thomas Touched By Further Show Of Support From All Blacks

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