Ireland ruthlessly wore down Scotland in a commanding 40-10 victory at Murrayfield on Saturday that lifted them above Wales at the top of the Six Nations standings on points difference. Ireland will win the title for the second year in a row unless England beat France by 26 points in the final match of the tournament at Twickenham later on Saturday. "It just feels really awkward, you win in Murrayfield with a 30-point differential and nobody is celebrating," Ireland coach Joe Schmidt told Irish television. "Some of the frustrations from last week came out today in the energy that was displayed and in some of the accuracy that was demonstrated as well." Ireland captain Paul O'Connell crashed over from close range to score an early try and flanker Sean O'Brien surged across the line to put the visitors 17-3 ahead. Click here to read full news..