Farrell reveals full-strength Ireland squad
SQUAD ANNOUNCEMENT: Andy Farrell has assembled a 36-strong Ireland squad to prepare for next Sunday’s Six Nations trip to England.
It’s a squad that is one man less than the 37 called into camp at the start of the round two week versus Wales, the injured Garry Ringrose the sole name that is missing.
Ireland opened their championship with a win over Scotland and their bonus point success has them placed second to France on the table on points difference.
The Irish beat the English on their last championship trip to Twickenham, clinching the Grand Slam with a March 2018 win, but they have since been beaten twice by Eddie Jones’ side.
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