England are down to 14 me as Tom Curry is sent to the sin bin.
The youngster correctly penalised for a late tackle on Keith Earls.
PENALTY! Ireland 3-7 England
Jonathan Sexton responds for the hosts making no mistake from the penalty.
Ireland 0-7 England
Owen Farrell converts from the resulting kick. A superb start to proceedings from Jones’ men.
TRY! Ireland 0-5 England
England are off to a flyer in Dublin.
Jonny May races past the Irish defence to give his side the lead. Great work from Owen Farrell in the build up.
We are underway at the Aviva Stadium
England have lost six of their past seven Six Nations matches in Dublin.
Their last win came in 2013 when they triumphed 12-6.
Eddie Jones is hoping his side can cause an upset.
“Everyone is writing them up and they have got to carry that expectation round,” he said.
“We’re excited about playing there. Praise can make you weak.
“You want to play the best in the world away from home and Ireland are the best at the moment.
“I never use the status of being underdogs, it’s never been one of the tricks of the trade because we never think we’re not better than the opposition.”
Scotland off to a flyer
Scotland brushed aside Italy 33-20 at Murrayfield.
Recap all the action here…
Curry makes history
Tom Curry is the youngest player to start a Six Nations match for England since Owen Farrell in 2012.
At 20 years and 231 days old, Curry will be England’s youngster starter in the back row in the professional era.
Ireland: Henshaw; Earls, Ringrose, Aki, Stockdale; Sexton, Murray; Healy, Best, Furlong; Toner, James Ryan; O’Mahony, van der Flier, Stander.
Replacements: Cronin, Kilcoyne, Porter, Roux, O’Brien, Cooney, Carbery, Larmour.
England: Daly; May, Slade, Tuilagi, Nowell; Farrell, B Youngs; M Vunipola, George, Sinckler, Itoje, Kruis, Wilson, T Curry, B Vunipola.
Replacements: Cowan-Dickie, Genge, Williams, Lawes, Hughes, Robson, Ford, Ashton
Good afternoon and welcome to our live coverage of today’s clash between Ireland and England.
The hosts won last year’s campaign and the Grand Slam and will be looking to get off to the best possible start on home soil.
England will be keen to make amends after finishing fifth last time out.