It took Ireland 111 years to beat New Zealand for the first time, but now that they've done it once, can they make it two wins in a row?
New Zealand welcome back their two first choice second rows, Brodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock, which will strengthen their squad hugely. Ireland have made a few changes of their own. Sean O'Brien comes in for the injured Jordi Murphy, while Ulster's Iain Henderson and Paddy Jackson are both included on the bench replacing Ultan Dillane and Joey Carbury respectively.
Despite Steve Hansen's statements, New Zealand will be favourites to win. But if Ireland can play as well as they did in Chicago, there's every chance of another upset.