Looking forward to facing England this weekend, Ireland back rower Sean O'Brien said: "It's obviously exciting, but it's one game at a time. I don't think there's any more pressure on us than in the first two games. That's the way you have to look at it."
There are three huge RBS 6 Nations clashes for Ireland teams against England this weekend, with the Under-20s and Women's side first up on Friday night before the sold-out headline act at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Ireland team manager Michael Kearney has said that number 8 Jamie Heaslip's return date from injury is still uncertain. Heaslip, an absentee for this Sunday's RBS 6 Nations clash with England, broke three vertebrae in his back during the win over France.
For many, the Ireland v Scotland 2000 Six Nations game marked a turning point in modern Irish rugby. An upturn in our international fortunes, and it will always hold a special resonance. A first win over Scotland since 1988 and five new caps making their mark in memorable fashion.
The flash of blond hair across the TV screen, the billowing green jersey with the Harry Hill collar, the buzz of anticipation every time he got the ball. Simon Geoghegan was simply a joy to watch as he fizzed along the wing in the 1990s.
The Ireland players and coaches were given a great welcome at the Sportsground on Wednesday morning, as upwards of 3,500 supporters turned out for the open training session. Check out our photo galleries from the day.