The Welsh pack, and loosehead prop Gethin Jenkins in particular, bounced back to form against France in round three as the defending champions kept their hopes of a historic third successive title alive.
However, Hibbard believes the challenge will not get any easier when they head to Twickenham to face an England side gunning for their first title since 2011.
And while the Red Rose front row are shorn of Dan Cole's services, Hibbard believes replacement David Wilson, hooker Dylan Hartley and Joe Marler will prove formidable opposition.
"Wilson was only playing his first game back so he will be just getting his match fitness back so we expect a tough test," he said.
"After the Ireland game we all had a kick in the backside and had to perform, especially in the front-row because Ireland got on top of us.
"It was good to have Adam Jones fired up and he put on a show again and for all the stick Gethin gets in the scrum he got on top of Nicolas Mas."
Meanwhile, Jake Ball will win his third cap and make his second start for Wales after Luke Charteris was ruled out with a neck injury.