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Ireland and Wales originally met on February 12th but the match was abandoned at half-time by Scottish referee Kevin White due to a frozen pitch with Ireland leading 10-3.
After picking up their first win of their campaign by routing Italy 40-10, Ireland will be looking to close the gap on England and France to two points ahead of the leaders’ meeting in Paris next weekend.
But Wales can also put pressure on the top two with victory in County Meath and Edwards is determined to get back on track.
"This weekend is just about the win,” said Edwards. “I don’t mind if we win 3-0 or by 20 points, we’ve just got to go there and get a result.
"We can take some positives out of last weekend’s game. In the first half we were very competitive. We took the game to them and created some chances but were unable to put points on the board.”
Edwards has made two changes to the starting XI, with Laura Prosser coming in at half-back and Philippa Tuttiett on the wing as Caryl James and Amy Day drop to the replacements bench.
"Philippa offers a more physical presence on the wing and we’re expecting a physical battle against Ireland.
“Amy came off against England and isn’t 100 per cent so Laura takes her place. She offers us a kicking option as well which is an added bonus.”