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- Free entry to game against Ireland at Twickenham
After two wins from two in their Quilter Internationals, England Women are back at The Home of England Rugby this weekend as they take on Ireland Women straight after the men's international against Australia.
So far England have beaten USA 57-5 at Allianz Park in London and then followed that up by scoring five tries in a 27-19 victory over Canada at Castle Park in Doncaster.
Here are some of the things you need to know ahead of the game.
When? Saturday 24 November
Where? Twickenham Stadium
Kick-off? 17:40 GMT
Entry to the Quilter International between the Red Roses and Ireland at Twickenham Stadium is free and no ticket is required. Entrance to the ground will be via Gate A from 17:00 GMT. Bag searches will be in place so please only bring small bags.
If you are attending the men's match you can stay for another dose of international rugby with the Red Roses. Those who are seated in the middle and upper tiers for the men's game will be asked to be relocate to the lower west and east stands.
Follow the action
- Live on Sky Sports Main Event HD
- Live score updates from @EnglandRugby on Twitter
- Match report, post-match highlights and interviews on EnglandRugby.com
Fans attending are advised to plan their travel in advance and allow extra time for journeys as services will be busier than usual due to RMT union industrial action. We are working with South Western Railway who will do everything they can to minimise the effect of these strikes.
There will be 12 South Western Railway trains per hour between Waterloo and Twickenham. There will be one train every hour to/from Windsor and two trains every hour to/from Reading via Ascot.
South Western Railway is advising customers travelling to Twickenham from Reading or West of Reading to travel to Paddington (ticket acceptance is in place with Great Western Railway) and then use London Underground services to Waterloo. For more information, please visit www.southwesternrailway.com
Head coach Simon Middleton has made six changes to the team that beat Canada with Lydia Thompson and Vicky Fleetwood coming into the starting XV after being rested last week.
Tatyana Heard and Carys Williams return to form the centre partnership while Heather Kerr and Zoe Aldcroft return to the pack having been replacements last weekend.
- England Women have only ever lost one game at Twickenham Stadium, against France in 2013
- England have scored 84 points in two games so far in the Quilter Internationals, scoring 14 tries
- Since the 2017 Women's World Cup, the Red Roses have won nine of their 10 Tests matches
- In 26 meetings with Ireland, England have won 24 matches
- The Red Roses have won six of their seven matches so far in 2018