Nothing at all bizarre about it. We have some of the best players in the world in their early 20’s, Josh Van der Flier, Ultan Dillane, Iain Henderson, Garry Ringrose, Joey Carberry, Robbie Henshaw, two outstanding young prop forwards in Jack McGrath and Tadhg Furlong. Throw in the existing playing pool, most of whom will still be there in 2019 and in their prime and we have a serious pool of players. In 2003, 2007 and 2011, talented groups of players were largely held back by coaching that was not up to scratch at the highest level. In 2019, there’ll be the Joe Schmidt factor as well. He is the best coach in world rugby. You can’t legislate in a knock out tournament for what happened against Argentina in the quarter final when we had to take the field without our four best players - Jonathan Sexton, Paul O’Connell, Peter O’Mahony and Sean O’Brien but if we can stay reasonably injury free, we’ll be one of the teams to beat in 2019 and should have the capabilities to win it.