No one can catch us which is great.
Ireland v Scotland (kick-off 2.15pm) is now the potential tournament decider.
It's been a tough two weeks for the team.
"We'll have to look how we can be more clinical", stand-in captain Farrell said.
"We are proud of how the team played but there is a realisation there is more work to do".
"We are three or four years behind Ireland in terms of what they've done and achieved in there experiences over the last few years".
Jacob Stockdale bagged a brace to become the first Irishman to score six tries in a single campaign in Five and Six Nations history, as Ireland moved within one win of just a third-ever clean sweep.
Scotland captain John Barclay conceded a penalty in his half but Sexton, again, kicked for touch rather than the posts. Still the botched chances hurt.
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"After we took the lead, we just breathed a sigh of relief, and at this level if you breathe a sigh of relief and go, 'This feels comfortable, this feels good, we're in control, ' bang, just like that, you lose control again".
"We are a rugby team and no rugby team has an aura of invincibility about them".
"The way we play the game is fast, so when a team gets ahead that is as good as Ireland, they can make it hard for you".
Scotland managed to get hands on the ball and looked threatening until Peter Horne threw a wayward pass between center partner Huw Jones and Stuart Hogg straight to Stockdale. "We didn't take the opportunity to score points", the Australian said.
Ireland are going for a Grand Slam and Laidlaw, who will win his 61st cap, admitted that this match was the biggest test his team could face when playing the northern hemisphere sides.
"I would say to him don't build into the game explode into it". In 2018, that moment came when Scotland beat England.
Having rued an inspired Scottish display at Murrayfield last weekend, English fans will have been praying for a second-half recovery but had to watch through their fingers as Murray was dragged over the line to edge Ireland closer to the all-important bonus point. "England are an excellent side Wales are an excellent side.it's a brilliant championship, competitive games and different styles and the quality of opponent is really high". "Winning it on the back of four games would be a huge achievement".