It's that time of year again - yes, Six Nations time - when Ireland and the other five nations renew rugby hostilities.
And there's no better way to spark the Irish campaign into life than taking on England.
It was on their soil where we famously ended the 2018 Six Nations with a St Patrick's Day Grand Slam. And if a back-to-back is to be achieved, Joe Schmidt's team will have to win again at the Aviva Stadium.
We'll be favourites according to Eddie O'Sullivan.
Six Nations era
The head-to-head record since the Six Nations era began in 2000 reads 11 wins for Ireland and eight for England. Many memorable Irish tries have been scored since then - think 2007 at Croke Park for example.
But if you've already forgotten who the Irish try-scorers at Twickenham were last year, we're going to test your memory further.
In the quiz below, we're giving you the opportunity to recall every Irish try-scorer against England in the new Millennium!
You'll have eight minutes to list them all and helpfully there are a few names that crop up more than once. If the quiz does not display fully, click here.