Gregor Townsend's Scotland begin their Rugby World Cup campaign this month against Pool A opponents Ireland - here's everything you need to know about the fixture.
Arguably their toughest fixture of the group stage, Gregor Townsend's men will be looking to get their campaign off to the best start possible with a victory over the world's number one ranked team.
Here's everything Scotland fans need to know before the crunch fixture.
When is Scotland v Ireland?
The Rugby World Cup kicks off on September 20 when hosts Japan take on Russia.
Scotland's campaign gets underway two days later on Sunday, September 22 when they lock horns with Joe Schmidt's Ireland side.
The game kicks off at 8.45am UK time.
Where can I watch or listen to it?
Scotland-based viewers can catch every game of the Rugby World Cup, including Scotland v Ireland, on STV.
If you're working or travelling on the day of the fixture you can listen to live commentary of every fixture of the World Cup on BBC Radio 5 live and 5 Live Sports Extra.
There will be live text commentary on selected games on the BBC Sport website and app.
Where in Japan is the fixture and can I still get tickets for the match?
Scotland v Ireland will take place at the International Yokohama Stadium.
Fans plotting a last minute trip to the Land of the Rising Sun can check availability of tickets at tickets.rugbyworldcup.com
Who is the match referee?
Englishman Wayne Barnes is taking charge of the fixture.
Scotland starting XV
15. Stuart Hogg (Exeter Chiefs)
14. Tommy Seymour (Glasgow Warriors)
13. Duncan Taylor (Saracens)
12. Sam Johnson (Glasgow Warriors)
11. Sean Maitland (Saracens)
10. Finn Russell (Racing 92)
9. Greig Laidlaw VICE CAPTAIN (Clermont Auvergne)
1. Allan Dell (London Irish)
2. Stuart McInally CAPTAIN (Edinburgh)
3. Willem Nel (Edinburgh)
4. Grant Gilchrist (Edinburgh)
5. Jonny Gray (Glasgow Warriors)
6. John Barclay VICE CAPTAIN (Edinburgh)
7. Hamish Watson (Edinburgh)
8. Ryan Wilson (Glasgow Warriors)
16. Fraser Brown (Glasgow Warriors)
17. Gordon Reid (Ayrshire Bulls)
18. Simon Berghan (Edinburgh)
19. Scott Cummings (Glasgow Warriors)
20. Blade Thomson (Scarlets)
21. Ali Price (Glasgow Warriors)
22. Chris Harris (Gloucester)
23. Darcy Graham (Edinburgh)
Stuart McInally (Captain)
On standby: Magnus Bradbury
Rory Best (Captain)
Josh van der Flier
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