When will football’s longest-running hunger games come to an end?
The last one, which began in 1998, saw more than 50,000 people turn up to watch Ireland play South Africa.
Last month, the organisers were forced to postpone the game due to the Zika virus, which is believed to have infected more than half the population.
However, with temperatures in Dublin hitting an all-time high of nearly 30C and the threat of a virus pandemic now, the game could be back in action on May 6.
With the game starting at 8pm, we will be able to bring you live coverage of the last hurrah in a very special way.
If you want to join us in the game on Friday night, we ask that you RSVP in advance and arrive in time for the pre-game kick-off.
If it is not possible to make the trip, there are many other ways you can catch up on the best of Irish sports.
We will be sharing all the action from the biggest events on the calendar with you live on our Facebook page and via social media.
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