Not for first time the 50-50 calls went against Australia although England are clearly the better side.
What would Eddie Jones do if he were coaching against England? He'd target defensive weak link No.10 George Ford.
When you watch a performance like the Wallabies rolled out in the Irish capital, you wonder just how much they have leant from 3-0 series loss to England in June.
If the Wallabies don't get their discipline spot on in Dublin, the grand slam is dead.
France lacked the cohesion Francois Trinh-Duc would have given them, but for the second week in a row they proved they have some very good individuals capable of giving any team a fright. They are over the worst, and that makes the Wallabies' 25-23 win in Paris very good indeed.
In beating Samoa last week, the French looked like they could actually play rugby again.
The 23-22 scoreline will bring back memories of last year's World Cup quarter-final, but do not buy any Scottish hard-luck stories. It was one-way traffic for the last 20 minutes.
The Wallabies will do it tougher this weekend and Eddie Jones might do likewise.
The Wallabies' commanding win over Wales in Cardiff will only come as a surprise if you've been paying attention to the negative headlines, not the detail.
Wales are without four of their best this weekend just as the Wallabies appear to have found some purpose.