BBC Sport's Matt Dawson predicts who will win the 2014 Six Nations, as three teams go into the final weekend hoping to claim the title.
Ireland, England and France are all level on points going into the final matches, although Ireland are the favourites with their superior points difference.
While an Irish win in Paris would almost certainly send the title to Dublin, a big English win in Italy and a narrow one for Ireland could yet see Stuart Lancaster's side top the pile. If France, with far inferior points difference, beat the Irish, any England win should secure the title.
Dawson also says that Brian O'Driscoll, who earned a world-record 140th cap in Saturday's victory over Italy and will bow out after the France match, is a "legend" of the game and "the best player the Six Nations has ever seen".
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