Ireland have named the team that will face off against England in tomorrow’s World Rugby U20’s Championships.
Noel McNamara’s men will look to kick off their World Rugby U-20 championship with a win in their opening fixture against neighbours England.
The tournament will take place in Argentina between June 4 and 22 and the Irish have been drawn in Pool B alongside England, Australia, and Italy – with the fixture against the English being played on the first day of the tournament.
The team that will kick things off were released via the official Twitter account of Irish rugby and can be viewed below:
☘️The Ireland U20 side for their opening game of the @worldrugby U20 World Championships against England.
📺: @eirSport and Online on World Rugby Channels.
— Irish Rugby (@IrishRugby) June 3, 2019
England’s team can be viewed below:
U20s | Your England team to face the Ireland tomorrow as the #WorldRugbyU20s Championship gets underway 🌹
📺 Watch live through @WorldRugby with kick off at 19:30 BST 🏴 🇮🇪
— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) June 3, 2019