- New Zealand great Sean Fitzpatrick has told England they could get the same treatment as the All Blacks when they try to set a new record against Ireland on Saturday. England will travel to Dublin for the final match of the 2017 Six Nations Championship bidding to break the mark set by world champions New Zealand for most successive Test wins by a 'tier one' rugby nation. Victory at Lansdowne Road would also see England, who retained the Six Nations title with a 61-21 thrashing of Scotland, complete back-to-back Grand Slams. But it was Ireland, coached by a Kiwi in Joe Schmidt, who stopped New Zealand's run at 18 with their first-ever success against the All Blacks, a dramatic 40-29 win last November. "The game in Dublin will be the big challenge and a telling match for England," said Fitzpatrick.