Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt says that he cannot watch England's crunch game with France at Twickenham in the final game of the Six Nations.
Ireland defeated Scotland by 40-10 to move ahead of Wales at the top of the championship table meaning that England require a 26-point victory over France to deny Ireland successive titles.
Schmidt paid tribute to the performance of his team but admitted that he won't be able to bring himself to watch the game.
"It's really awkward, you win in Murrayfield by a 30 point differential and no-one is celebrating," he said post-match.
"We got a couple of tries in both halves and kept pushing the scoreboard. I think the players did incredibly well."
"We tried to stay dynamic and focused on the process and hopefully the points would look after themselves."
The Kiwi admitted that he won't be able to watch events in Twickenham, but knows that glory or despair is just around the corner.
"To be honest, we have got the dinner now. I'm going to try and switch away and not watch it. I'll be either delighted or broken. It's a bizarre feeling.
"To go back-to-back would be incredible and it would be merited by this group," he added when asked how another title would rank for this team.
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