PERTH, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 18: Zach Tuohy of Ireland gets his kick away during game two of the International Rules Series between Australia and Ireland at Domain Stadium on November 18, 2017 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

The International Rules series between Australia and Ireland is set to return in 2020 after a three-year absence.

Venues are still to be determined as the fixture shifts back to Ireland, with the dates set for Sunday, November 15 and Saturday, November 21.

The series will be held in Australia after the 2022 AFL season.

AFL operations football boss Steve Hocking said players named to the 2020 All Australian side would be prioritised for selection.

“We want to take the best of the best to the two-Test series in Ireland next year and our All-Australian players will be the first players selected,” Hocking told afl.com.au.

“The IRS Tests allows players from both codes the only opportunity to represent their countries and have traditionally been great contests that have showcased their athleticism.

“We saw in 2017, two high-standard matches that drew great attendances.

“I look forward to the rivalry continuing when the Test series returns next year.”

Australia won the last Intentional Rules series 2-0 against Ireland in 2017.