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But Saint-André has warned his players they cannot afford to show the same tactical naivety against England on Sunday if they are to keep their Championship dreams alive heading into the final game.
He said: “We can still win the tournament. We will get together to produce a big performance against England. We will think about the following match after that. We will look to be a bit more tactically astute.
“At the highest level you can make a mistake once. The important thing is to make sure you don’t make the same mistake a second time.
“What was incredible [against Ireland] was how we dominated the possession, the set-piece, the penalties, the line breaks and the tackles. But once again dominating is not winning.
“There will be some changes – or not – for England.”
While Saint-André main focus remains RBS 6 Nations success, he also admits he has one eye on the future with several key players including William Servat and Julien Bonnaire set to hang up their boots at the end of the tournament.
“We are looking at a few young players,” he added.
“For the tour to Argentina in the summer it will really be a new adventure because several players will have retired. Others will need a rest. We have a list of 63 or 63 players who we are following.”