Jordan Larmour: 8
Larmour’s reputation as a counter attacker grew a notch in this game, but his defence against Tomos Williams’ try for Wales could have been better.
Andrew Conway: 9
Found space twice with clever chips and is becoming so consistent. So dangerous in the air.
Robbie Henshaw: 8
Gave Nick Tompkins a difficult time while he was on the pitch and had two super offloads after being tackled.
Bundee Aki: 7
Andy Farrell is going to be really slow to change a winning team but Aki had another ok performance, nothing spectacular. Given how well Keith Earls played a 12/13 of Henshaw and Earls would certainly be worth a look.
Jacob Stockdale: 6
Stockdale suffered from poor passing to him on two occasions and failed to shine for a second week in a row.
Johnny Sexton: 8
Docked points for getting on the wrong side of Romaine Poite – not a hard thing to do. He ran the game well and looked sharp.
Conor Murray: 8
His passing was so much quicker this week. He only looked for a penalty once, a bit of a waste of time with Poite, but had a big impact on the game.
Cian Healy: 7
Had a quiet day at the office and got penalised again in the scrum this week. Dave Kilcoyne looked busier and had more of an impact when he came on.
Rob Herring: 7
He did his primary job well in the lineout and got a great latch on for Josh van der Flier’s try along with Peter O’Mahony.
Tadhg Furlong: 8
Recovered well from conceding a scrum penalty early on and scored a well worked try. Always dependable.
Iain Henderson: 7
Still not convincing with his lineout calling. Took the ball a few times when he was static but won a good penalty near his own line for Ireland.
James Ryan: 8
You could easily forget how young Ryan is, he gave another solid display in the engine room.
Peter O'Mahony: 8
Played a key role in Furlong and van der Fliers tries put any doubts about his place in the squad firmly to bed.
Josh van der Flier: 8
Huge work-rate again this week. Got on the end of a rolling maul to score a deserved try.
CJ Stander: 9
Won three turnovers and should have been four in another immense display from the Munster man.