Irish Rugby team will play Argentina in Super Rugby final

Irish Rugby team will play Argentina in Super Rugby final

In the second half of their Champions Trophy quarter-final clash, Ireland will face Argentina in the quarter-finals.

The team will face off at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Tuesday night.

The first half of the game will kick off at 6.30pm on Irish TV, with a stream of the match will be available on the IRFU website and on Twitter (@irfofficial).

This will be the first match between the two teams, with the other two being played in Paris in May and September of last year.

Ireland and Argentina were the first two teams to play each other in a World Cup qualifying match in 2015, when they played in Dublin.

Ireland were eliminated in the second-half.

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