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Despite failing to win any of their opening the Six Nations games, Scotland have impressed for large periods with their attacking endeavour.
Stuart Hogg, the young full-back, caught the eye after coming on in the defeat to Wales while Robinson’s men breached the French defence twice before succumbing 17-23 at Murrayfield.
But with Scotland now without a win in five Tests, Robinson admits moments of magic will not be enough to defeat Ireland.
“The errors we’ve made have been individual errors. We’ve been punished for our lapses in concentration – the drop off in intensity in those moments,” he said.
“We’ve got to be able to keep ourintensity levels up in attack and defence for the whole 80 minutes, understanding every play is an opportunity for both sides to score.
“Inside our third we’ve got to be a little bit more brutal with ourselves in the way we defend but also in stopping the opposition getting opportunities.”
Scotland will be focused on a fast-paced game with a clinical end result against an Ireland side the coach hopes will be feeling the strain.
Robinson said: “A six-day turnaround is pretty tough for them. If the pace is high, we’ve got to be able to keep that pace high to challenge them.”