IRELAND: Tries: Henshaw 2, Murray, Aki, Earls, Best, Stockdale 2; Conversion: Sexton 5, Carbery 3.
Ireland are making light work of Italy at the Aviva Stadium this afternoon, leading 42-0.
Ireland may have to complete their bid for a Six Nations title without centre Robbie Henshaw but are more hopeful about prop Tadhg Furlong after the pair were injured in an otherwise stress-free 56-19 win over Italy on Saturday.
Dan Leavy makes his first worldwide start coming in for the injured Josh van der Flier, Jack Conan makes his Six Nations debut at number 8, while there are also starts for Devon Toner and Jack McGrath.
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Italy lost out 46-15 to England in Rome last weekend in their opening Six Nations clash.
Promising back Jordan Larmour, who has scored six tries in 14 games since making his Leinster debut, was named among the replacements but came off the bench to make his senior global bow.
Henshaw opened the scoring in the 12th minute and, two minutes later, Conor Murray scored the pick of Ireland's tries after great hands by Conor Murray.
The Italians were left shell-shocked when Bundee Aki crashed over to mark the 27-year-old New Zealand-born centre's first try for his adopted country leaving the Irish just one try short of their bonus point aim with only 20 minutes gone.
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Jones has been forced into a switch with Ben Youngs ruled out through injury, meaning Danny Care will become England's most capped scrum-half, while Jonathan Joseph is the only other change are England opt for pace and power in the backline as they look to claim fourth successive victory over their Welsh rivals - the last time the visitors had success at Twickenham being in a Rugby World Cup campaign home fans would rather forget. He was then withdrawn along with Murray and things began to get a little more sloppy.
Italy fashioned a response when fly-half Tommaso Allan scored and converted his own try.
Stockdale soon had his second and Ireland's eighth before Italy grabbed a third late on through Matteo Minozzi.
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