The Six Nations finally resumes on Saturday with a clash between Ireland and Italy behind closed doors at the Aviva Stadium.
Andy Farrell's side and the Azzurri were due to do battle in Dublin late in February, but the round four game was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ireland were beaten 24-12 by England at Twickenham last time out, but remain in contention for the title, with a trip to face France to come in their final match of the tournament next weekend.
Farrell's men will lift the trophy if they secured bonus-point victories in both matches.
Italy, who will have 20-year-old fly-half Paolo Garbisi in the starting line-up have not won a Six Nations game since beating Scotland in 2015.
We use Opta facts to preview the only round four match that could not be played before the tournament was halted due to the COVID-19 crisis.
- Italy have lost two games in this year's tournament without scoring a point, the first time any side has suffered this fate in the history of the Six Nations.
- Ireland have averaged just 7.7 turnovers conceded per game due to a handling error in the 2020 Six Nations, fewer than any other side. Italy, meanwhile, are the only side to average over 15 total turnovers conceded per game in this championship (15.7).
- Italy have lost each of their last 25 games in the competition, the longest losing run by any side in Five-Six Nations history; only on two occasions in that spell have Italy lost by a single- figure margin (v France 2016, v Scotland 2018).
- Since the start of the 2014 Six Nations, Ireland have lost just one of 17 home games in the championship (against England last year)
- Ireland have won 19 of their 20 Six Nations matches against Italy, a 22-15 shock in 2013 at the Stadio Olimpico the only loss.
- Italy have just two wins across their 52 away games in the Six Nations, both of those victories coming at Murrayfield against Scotland (2007 and 2015).