IRELAND face the All Blacks in a huge quarter-final showdown in Tokyo.
New Zealand are favourites to retain the trophy and cruised through the group stages without a hiccup.
But Joe Schmidt’s side were beaten by hosts Japan in one of the shocks of the tournament and had to settle for second in Pool A as a result.
What time is New Zealand vs Ireland?
THIS Rugby World Cup quarter-final is set for Saturday, October 19.
Kick-off is at 11.15am BST – that’s 11.15pm in Aukland.
It will be held at the Tokyo Stadium, with the weather set fair after the devastation left by Typhoon Hagibis.
Despite being underdogs, Ireland won the last meeting 16-9 between the sides back in November 2018.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
YOU can catch this game live on ITV1 and ITV1 HD.
Coverage will begin at 11am following England’s quarter-final clash with Australia.
To stream, head to the ITV Hub or create a free account on TVPlayer – but make sure you have a valid TV licence.
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