The Ireland vs Scotland live stream could see Ireland cap a mostly positive Six Nations campaign by taking the title. But the Scots will want to take third place from England, and they've made several changes to boost their chances.
Ireland go into this game as overwhelming favourites. Their only loss so far this tournament has come against the unbeaten French, in Paris, and they dispatched England comfortably last weekend, albeit with some help from a Charlie Ewels red card.
They'll need help from England again if they're to clinch the title; the only way they can finish top is if they beat Scotland and France lose or draw, or if they draw with Scotland and France lose without picking up a bonus point.
They've made three changes for the game, with second row Iain Henderson, number eight Jack Conan and wing Mack Hansen all coming into the side. The injured Andrew Conway and concussed James Ryan miss out, while Peter O'Mahony returns to the bench.
Scotland, meanwhile, have really shaken things up, dropping Finn Russell after several lucklustre performances. Blair Kinghorn will play at fly-half instead, while Jonny Gray returns at lock in place of Sam Skinner, who is among the replacements.
Here's how they line up:
Ireland: Keenan; Hansen, Ringrose, Aki, Lowe; Sexton, Gibson-Park; Healy, Sheehan, Furlong, Beirne, Henderson, Doris, Van der Flier, Conan.
Replacements: Herring, Kilcoyne, Bealham, Treadwell, O'Mahony, Murray, Carbery, Henshaw.
Scotland: Hogg; Graham, Harris, Johnson, Steyn; Kinghorn, Price; Schoeman, Turner, Z Fagerson; Gray, Gilchrist; Darge, Watson, M Fagerson.
Replacements: Brown, Dell, Nel, Skinner, Bayliss, White, Russell, Bennett.
Ireland will know that the title could be theirs if France slip up in Paris, so expect them to come flying out of the gate. This could be a classic. Read on and we'll tell you how to watch the Ireland vs Scotland live stream from anywhere.
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