THE Ireland Rugby Football Union has confirmed an international uncapped match against the Flying Fijians in November at Thomond Park.
This marks Fiji's return on Irish soil since our last outing in 2009.
The match is scheduled on November 17 and will be on Irish build-up to the Guinness Series against South Africa and Argentina.
RFU director of commercial and marketing Padraig Power told the said they had shifted the match to a suitable venue which could attract appropriate attendance.
"The Fiji game gives us an opportunity to move the fixture to an appropriate-sized stadium in terms of the anticipated attendance," Power told the Irish Times.
"The game, on November 17th, will be an uncapped international, although it will include players from the full Irish squad for the Guinness Series that will also be taking on South Africa and Argentina in November.
"There has been a great history of international games being played in Thomond Park and some fantastic crowds.
"With the Fiji game scheduled as the middle fixture of the Guinness Series in November, the supporters can certainly expect a spectacle as the Ireland players take on a Fijian team with all their traditional skills and flair on show."
Fiji last played in Ireland in 2009 when they were beaten 41-6. Ireland will face the Springboks and Argentina at the Aviva Stadium on November 10 and 24, respectively.