Ireland meet England in a mouth-watering contest in the Six Nations championship at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Sunday, and it could prove to be the title decider after France's shock loss to Italy last weekend.
Stuart Lancaster's side earned plenty of plaudits for what was ultimately a comfortable 20-point victory over Scotland at Twickenham, while Ireland scraped home to a 30-22 win against Wales after a dominant first-half performance.
The pair cannot be split by most bookmakers ahead of the second round of Six Nations fixtures, although Ireland might be slight favourites with home advantage, with the Red Rose winless in Dublin since their Grand Slam triumph in 2003.
This fixture rarely disappoints. Here is a look at three of the most memorable meetings between Ireland and their Old Enemy on Irish soil in the past decade.