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But while Ireland are fighting for pride, England come calling looking to wrap up the Six Natins title and a first Grand Slam for eight years.
And O'Driscoll said: "Any time we play England there's great passion.
"It's a big game, more so for England because there's a Slam at the end of it, but from our own point of view, it's another chance to play top-class opposition.
"We also have big motivation in that we lost our only other home game in this Six Nations to France and we don't want to lose two from two.
"If we needed added impetus, that will be right up there.
"When you win two and lose two and don't have anything tangible to play for - we're not going to win a Championship or Triple Crown - it's an opportunity to build something heading into an important six or seven month period.
"We'd prefer to win more games than we lose in this Six Nations and that's what this game gives us the opportunity to do."