Previewing Ireland's crunch RBS 6 Nations clash with France, Fergus McFadden told Irish Rugby TV: "People are talking about 42 years and only winning over there once. But it's really about us this week and if we can get our own performance right I think we'll be in a good place."
Two Ireland teams will contest their respective RBS 6 Nations titles when the Women's side travel to Pau and Joe Schmidt's men make the trip to Paris. Meanwhile, the Ireland Under-20s will also be in action in the Championship's final round - facing their French counterparts in Tarbes.
Jonathan Sexton feels Ireland's record of just one win over France in Paris in 42 years is not relevant to next Saturday's title decider, with the Irish squad treating the game as a one-off - 'a cup final', in the words of the out-half.
Ireland enter the last round of the RBS 6 Nations Championship as the table toppers, holding a +49 points scored advantage over Triple Crown winners England as the title race comes down to the final games in Rome and Paris.
After playing in his final home international for Ireland and winning the man-of-the-match award in the 46-7 win over Italy, Brian O'Driscoll spoke to reporters at a press conference in the Aviva Stadium.
Today we salute an Irish rugby icon. Brian O'Driscoll plays his final home international as he breaks George Gregan's 139-Test mark as world rugby's most-capped player, while also going to the top of the RBS 6 Nations appearances list (64 matches).
Team-mates, coaches and opponents, both past and present, and fellow rugby greats have been paying tribute to Brian O'Driscoll, who will play in his last home international match for Ireland against Italy on Saturday.
Brian O'Driscoll's last international appearance at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday comes almost 15 years after his first outing for Ireland at the Lansdowne Road venue. Check out our #BOD13 facts on the eve of the game.