63 mins: Nothing doing there, Hansen survives.
Ireland win a penalty, it’s a safe kick to touch from Carberry. Just about inside the French half.
62 mins: Dupont with the chip, did Hansen trip him up to stop the scrum-half getting on the end of it?
The Stade de France crowd think so, unsurprisingly. Officials unsure… TMO will have a look.
60 mins: This match looks like it’s going right down to the wire.
While they remain within a converted try of France, Ireland know they are right in it.
Henderson to Gibson-Park and his grubber sends Dupont scrambling back to his tryline, but the Frenchman is as calm as ever to mop up the danger.
57 mins: Jaminet kicks it the length of the field, but Keenan is alert to it and gets across to cover the danger.
Kicks it back out towards the halfway line, out to touch. Good work from the full-back.
Jaminet misses for the first time tonight. Conversion is just wide.
France stay six points ahead – 27-21 they lead.
TRY! France 27-21 Ireland | Cyril Baille 54′
FRANCE BACK IN CHARGE!
They win it back at the breakdown and suddenly find themselves deep in the Irish 22.
Baille is not going to be stopped from close range as he bundles over the line.
53 mins: France’s turn to respond, great footwork from Penaud as he threatens to burst away in the Ireland 22. Keenan beaten all ends up.
Ireland just about get France into touch though. Pressure will be on their lineout now.
TRY! France 22-21 Ireland | Jamison Gibson-Park 50’
IRELAND HAVE THEIR THIRD TRY!
This is an incredible spell from them. Gibson-Park with the dummy, bursts into the gap and dives over the line. Brilliant from him and it’s a simple conversion for Ireland.
All of a sudden, the deficit is just a single point!
48 mins: It’s all Ireland now, Van der Flier would have been in again but the offload doesn’t come.
Penalty advantage too. Ringrose can’t quite gather the ball and the chance goes, back for the penalty.
Ireland want to keep the pressure on, Carbery kicks to the corner. Really positive from them.
CONVERSION! France 22-14 Ireland | Joey Carbery 46’
Carbery is two from two… both difficult kicks too.
Stepping up really well in the absence of Sexton. Game on!