Ireland might have been crowned NatWest 6 Nations champions already, but the race to finish as the Championship’s top points scorer is set to go down to the wire.
France scrum-half Maxime Machenaud leads the way ahead of the fifth round of games on 45 points from the kicking tee.
A big afternoon in Cardiff could seal his spot at the top of the pile but just behind him is Leigh Halfpenny who will be on kicking duty for Wales on Saturday.
Halfpenny has 40 points despite missing round two against England with injury and coming off the bench last week against Italy.
But his two tries in the opening round against Scotland have him level with Jonathan Sexton in the charts.
The Ireland fly-half has kicked 40 points, the most important of those undoubtedly his last-gasp drop goal in Paris in round one that means they arrive in Twickenham chasing only a third-ever Grand Slam.
Fourth on the list and also in with a shout of taking the top spot in the charts is England’s Owen Farrell on 39 points.
Greig Laidlaw is not completely out of contention but will need a productive day from the kicking tee in Rome against Italy while Jacob Stockdale’s six tries have put him sixth in the table ahead of their Grand Slam decider in south west London.