Ireland has been crowned Six Nations champions with a match left after England's hopes of retaining the title ended with their 22‑16 loss to France this morning.
Ireland's four‑try 28‑8 win over Scotland left England needing a bonus‑point victory against France to keep their title hopes alive.
This is Ireland's third title in five years under head coach Joe Schmidt.
Ireland will complete the third Grand Slam in their history if they beat England at Twickenham next Saturday.
The Irish won their first Grand Slam in 1948.
Meanwhile, Wales will meet Italy at 4am tomorrow.
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