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The match had been billed in some quarters as the Championship decider and, with England the only unbeaten team left in the Tournament, Martin Johnson’s men are the overwhelming favourites to take the title.
Lying in wait are the Auld enemy Scotland at Twickenham and a first trip to Ireland’s imposing Aviva Stadium home – but the 25-year-old admits England have a new-found confidence.
“We see each game as ours to lose rather than other teams to win,” said Foden, who also scored the only try of the game in the 2010 Six Nations game against France, a 12-10 defeat at the Stade de France.
“It’s about looking at ourselves, feeling that if we get things right on the field, play as we want to play, then the results should follow.
“We’ve got a good mix and a confident squad that can go on and do good things. In the past, we’ve been under pressure and had to perform as underdogs.
“At the moment, we feel everything is going in the right direction, players are in form and results are following. We’ve embraced the favourites’ tag.”