It's been confirmed that the roof will be closed at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff for Ireland's Six Nations clash with Wales tomorrow.
Ireland’s coaching staff have agreed to the Welsh request to have the roof shut.
Both teams must agree to close the roof, otherwise it stays open.
Wales assistant coach Robyn McBride confirmed the news today that Ireland had agreed with Wales’ preference.
"The roof will be staying closed”, he said.
“Ireland are more than happy to go with it being closed.
“That’s great and will make it more of an occasion.
“It’s great for the supporters and the crowd.”
Joe Schmidt had insisted yesterday that a decision had yet to be made, and would depend on the weather forecast for the area.
Currently the forecast is for a dry night in Cardiff, with some showers expected during the day.