In a rugby season there is always one memorable match, a clash between two teams or two nations that will remain in everyone's spirits, and I think the tie betwen France and England on Saturday will be that game.
There is huge enthusiasm from the public which is reflected in the number of people who tried to get tickets, I think this is around 300,000.
This is also the first time that both nations, who will be fighting for European supremacy, will meet in Paris in a final RBS 6 Nations match where the Grand Slam is at stake for France. This is an exciting challenge.
This will be France's eighth Slam if they manage to beat England, this is the ultimate title for a team and their motivation will be multiplied by 10.
It is true that France were helped by the fixture list with three matches at home. But it makes sense that the tournament's best two teams face each other in the final encounter.
It is, however, difficult to say who is going to win. The French are not favourites even though they have a good chance of victory after England lost to Ireland.
I believe both sides have a 50-50 chance. If France defeat England it will be after a very tough match which I expect to be very tight.
I am always very wary of England. Until their semi-final against us at the World Cup they had not played a particularly dominating game. Their performances had not been that great, but we know what happened next.
The English will put pressure on us and kick the ball well as they usually do.
This is going to be a great showdown. Both sides are extremely good in the scrum and the shape of the game will be determined by the forwards.
I can't wait to be there on Sunday.