TV and stream information as Simon Easterby’s charges look to build on Friday’s impressive start
The second test of the Emerging Ireland tour of South Africa takes place this afternoon as they face Airlink Pumas.
Simon Easterby’s side ran out 54-7 winners in the opener as they ran riot against Windhoek Draught Griquas.
It was the Jack Crowley show as the Munster fly-half will have given Andy Farrell plenty of food for thought with Johnny Sexton retiring next year.
He scored Ireland’s first try as they went on to cross over a further seven times versus the sorry South African outfit.
Here are the key details to know about today’s fixture:
What time is kick-off later today?
It will be at 4 pm Irish time.
Toyota Stadium, Bloemfontein.
What TV channel is it on and can I stream it?
Unfortunately none of the games on this tour will be televised but you can stream them freely on irishrugby.ie.
Backs: Robert Baloucoune (Ulster/Enniskillen), Caolin Blade (Connacht/Galwegians), Jack Crowley (Munster/Cork Constitution), Shane Daly (Munster/Cork Constitution), Nathan Doak (Ulster/Banbridge), Jake Flannery (Ulster/Shannon), Antoine Frisch (Munster), Ciaran Frawley (Leinster/UCD), Michael McDonald (Ulster), Ethan McIlroy (Ulster/Queens RFC), Stewart Moore (Ulster/Malone), Chay Mullins (Connacht/IQ Rugby), Calvin Nash (Munster/Young Munster), Jamie Osbourne (Leinster/Naas), Andrew Smith (Leinster/Clontarf)
Forwards: Tom Ahern (Munster/Shannon), Diarmuid Barron (Munster/Garryowen), Tom Clarkson (Leinster/Dublin University), James Culhane (Leinster/UCD), Max Deegan (Leinster/Lansdowne), Brian Deeny (Leinster/Clontarf), John Hodnett (Munster/UCC), Sam Illo (Connacht), Cormac Izuchukwu (Ulster/Ballynahinch), Alex Kendellen (Munster/UCC), Joe McCarthy (Leinster/Dublin University), Michael Milne (Leinster/UCD), Scott Penny (Leinster/UCD), Cian Prendergast (Connacht), Callum Reid (Ulster/Banbridge), Roman Salonoa (Munster/Shannon), Alex Soroka (Leinster/Clontarf), Tom Stewart (Ulster/Ballynahinch), Dylan Tierney-Martin (Connacht/Corinthians), Josh Wycherley (Munster/Young Munster)
Source: Irish Mirror