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Having come out on top against New Zealand less than three months ago, it seems...

Having come out on top against New Zealand less than three months ago, it seems silly to suggest that this weekend in Paris will be the toughest test of Andrew Porter’s career since his switch back to tighthead.
et, with a target on his back, along with his outstanding front-row colleagues Rónan Kelleher and Tadhg Furlong, France will be gunning for Porter.
The 26-year-old will relish taking on an equally dynamic and powerful French pack, as Ireland look to notch what would be a big win on the road.
“It’s the way the coaches have designed things in terms of our style of play,” Porter said. “It helps each player bring the best of their abilities to the table and we’re not confined to a strict playing style. It allows every player, not just in the pack, to express themselves and showcase all their ability.
“From the autumn internationals, we set a good standard and that was our benchmark really so we have to keep improving on that.
“You can’t stagnate, otherwise teams are going to overtake you so it’s something we have to keep trying to push. It’s about improving from this game too because bigger challenges lie ahead.”
Challenges don’t come much bigger than France at home and while confidence is high within the Ireland camp, no one is underestimating the scale of task in Paris.
“We have to improve every week and we know we’re going to have a huge challenge in France given that traditional French teams are set-piece-dominated,” Porter added.
“We will really have to sharpen that up for this week and bring our best. We’re not looking at our nine wins in a row, you have to take everything as it comes. They’re an incredible team with the players they have but we’re definitely more than capable to turn them over in their home patch.
“That’s the nature of this competition. It’s nearly knockout rugby, it’s like the semi-final or final in terms of getting maximum points. It’s really important to build momentum and (victory over Wales) was really good in that sense.
“The message is that we’re going to review this game but we have to shift our focus quickly onto France because we know that watching them and their current form, how dangerous they are and the calibre of players they have. It’s something where we will really have to bring our best to Paris.
“It’s a tough place to go but thinking back even to 2018 when we went over there and Johnny (Sexton) kicked that drop-goal when the clock was in the red. Thinking back to those days, you want those days again. We will be chomping at the bit to go over to Paris.”

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