The Top 14 lads will be playing against them so there isn't really a sense of unknown." The game may be growing in Georgia but it is starting from a low base.
He has contacts and one of his contacts is a multi-billionaire and he has built about ten purpose-built stadiums with training pitches and facilities for the cities and towns," says Bradley.
"He has been very important; it is difficult to get a grasp of it in Ireland or Scotland or England or Wales and these places, but there are only about ten or 12 grass pitches in the whole of Georgia.
"Before, they would have been thrilled to bits to be playing Ireland; now it is a case of saying let's see can we go and beat Ireland.
"The majority of the Georgian players would have watched Ireland perform in most of the matches, they will be very familiar with them as well.
They went down 23-9 to the Tongans at the weekend in Tbilisi and host Japan the weekend after next.