It's a fast start from Ireland. CJ Stander, who has had a few great turnovers this game, receives an early bath with a yellow card in the dying stages for entering a ruck off his feet. Dan Biggar and Robbie Henshaw have both failed their head injury assessments, according to ITV. Wales' points came from two converted tries scored by Tomos Williams and Justin Tipuric. Wales' Hadleigh Parkes looks to have scored a try...maybe. Another two on the scoreboard. Rather than palm the ball off, he tries to head through a gap but its thwarted. Wales' last away win to Ireland in the Six Nations was 23-21 victory in 2012, although the two sides drew 16-16 at the Aviva Stadium in 2016. CJ Stander gets his hands on the ball though and wins it back, but the ref wasn't having it, ruling that he came in off his feet. Conor Murray delivers a delicious pass to Jacob Stockdale, who has two green shirts bursting forward on his left side. If not, they should be. Ireland look as though they're going to launch another attack inside Wales' 22 but Rob Herring fumbles a catch and knocks on. He stays on the pitch though. Ireland head coach Andy Farrell has included uncapped Leinster players Ryan Baird, Ed Byrne, Jamison Gibson-Park among his 35-man squad for their two remaining Six Nations games this month. Reuters. Ireland overwhelmed Italy 50-17 in an empty Aviva Stadium on Saturday to bring the long-delayed 2020 Six Nations championship back. They're inching toward a try before they spread the ball right to Jordan Larmour who jukes inside of Nick Tompkins and clamours through a gap to score the first try of the match. Time for a Wales scrum. A bundle of bodies collapses over the line, initially looking a bit short. Stay tuned for the match report and latest Six Nations news. Josh van der Flier chased a short kick to Wales' Dan Biggar, is brought down inside his own try line. Larmour scrambles with the ball barely in his hands but he is able to find Conway, who is almost on the touchline before the wing adds to the lead. Player substituted - Cian Healy , Ireland. Conway has been really strong in the air and he shows it again, swatting the ball back following a high kick just outside the Welsh 22. Sexton delivers a nice coversion from a wide-angle, the kind that he badly missed earlier, but not this time. Wales were on a good run of form in this competition, and Ireland were keen to put a bleak spell of results behind them as they welcomed Ryan Giggs ‘ side to the Aviva Stadium. Jonny Sexton has just kicked one of the worst conversions of his career. Hadleigh Parkes went to pick the ball up from the floor but Peter O'Mahony jumped on the ball, knocking it out of his hands. An Irish lineout results in a maul that is pushed over the Welsh line. Aki begins the drive forward... Half-time! Ireland look to have started the better of the two sides, earning some early possession. Keith Earls makes a perfect pass with the ball above his shoulders as he'd hit with a ferocious tackle. This time they make it through, Furlong powers over the line and restores Ireland's lead. Wow, just as Welsh fans might be feeling sorry for themselves having seen one of their most potent attacking threats limp off of the field, Tomos Williams finishes off a very well worked move for a try. Republic of Ireland v Wales will take place on Sunday 11th October 2020. And that's it! It didn't penetrate, but the ball was quickly dispatched to Tadhg Furlong who had another crack at it. Wyn Jones get his hands on the ball in the Irish ruck and causes the referee to give a Welsh penalty for not releasing. Nick Tompkins nailed Jordan Larmour with a heavy hit around five metres out from his own try line. Ireland look as if they're about to score a try, but Wales stop them at the line with a show of defensive solidarity. Nick Tompkins is grabbed around the neck so Wales get a penalty kick and put it into touch. Is someone shouting "DE-FENCE!" Bulgaria 0 - 1 Wales Wednesday 14 October 2020 / 19:45 ; UEFA Nations League Ireland 0 - 0 Wales Sunday 11 October 2020 / 14:00 ; See all results » Will Connors and Hugo Keenan have been handed Ireland debuts as coach Andy Farrell on Wednesday included them in the starting lineup for Saturday's Six Nations clash against Italy at the Aviva Stadium. Ireland fullback Jordan Larmour scored a fine solo try as they claimed a deserved 24-14 bonus-point victory over defending champions Wales in a bruising Six … It's 'Wayne's World' in Wales but the new head coach was left with a lot to be desired. Jordan Lamour, Tadhg Furlong, Josh van der Flier and Andrew Conway all scored in a confident performance from the hosts. Player substituted - Conor Murray , Ireland, Player substituted - Peter O'Mahony , Ireland, Player substituted - Johnny Sexton , Ireland. The two Irish bodies collect as the ball bursts out left with Stockdale eventually unable to get past Wales defence. Wales are enjoying their best spell of possession of the half, perhaps the game. They turn the ball over and earn a scrum five yards out. Gareth Davies looks to release George North well inside their own 22 but North drops the ball for a knock-on, so it's an Ireland scrum. Get a summary of the Ireland vs Wales, Six Nations 2020 8 Feb, 2020 rugby match. Ireland looked to be on the doorstep of adding to their lead, the attack is still alive though. Feb 8, 2020. Replaced by Johnny McNicholl. The visitors have been poor thus far, outside of a nicely-worked try. Redemption for Sexton as he launches a penalty kick out of touch, deep into Welsh territory. Ireland have been making good use of their right-hand side, with the majority of their attacks coming down that channel. Kieth Earls has come on as Robbie Henshaw receives a head injury assessment. But it faces a very tough semi-final in Slovakia first – and defeat there would surely turn out to be a crushing blow for new manager Stephen Kenny and his squad.

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