Irish Rugby has announced the fixtures for Ireland's autumn international series to be played later this year.
Andy Farrell's men will kick-start their end of the year internationals with an away clash against the USA on 30th October in Las Vegas before the home matches.
Ireland will be locking horns with Japan for the third time in two years with the Brave Blossoms visiting Dublin on 6th November before facing New Zealand a week later. This will also be the first visit for the All Blacks to the Aviva Stadium since they suffered a 16-9 defeat in 2018 but managed to beat them 46-14 in the 2019 World Cup quarter-final.
The autumn series will conclude with Ireland taking on Argentina on 21st November.
"We have an exciting year of rugby ahead with an action-packed autumn international window, the Six Nations Championship and a tour of New Zealand," said Farrell.
Ireland finished their summer series campaign undefeated registering wins of 39-31 and 71-10 against Japan and the USA.