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By Michael Morrow
BBC Sport NI at the Rugby World Cup
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt has called on his side to deny the notion theyre going into Saturdays quarter-final contrary to New Zealand as underdogs.
The All Blacks are favourites while Ireland are aiming to accomplish a first semi-final to land a third straight World Cup.
Despite some screens Schmidt has supported the pedigree of his side to issue New Zealand.
You can not go out from an All Blacks side and accept youre second fiddle, Schmidt stated before the Tokyo game.
There are a number of players within the side which have contributed to a fair bit of background .
As he backs up his campaigners whove helped Ireland into the leads to his six-year reign at the helm schmidts group choice for its quarter-final included no surprises.
Ireland beneath Schmidt have appreciated historic wins against all three of the biggest southern hemisphere sides.
A win in South Africa, a series triumph in Australia and also 2 victories over New Zealand – one negative theyd never beaten – all have been delivered to Schmidts watch.
On last November, the side that defeated the All Blacks for the first time on home soil , there are only three distinct faces into the: British and Irish Lions trio Conor Murray, Robbie Henshaw and Iain Henderson.
Theyve had some fairly successful experiences together, said Schmidt of the team.
The first triumph on the All Blacks, the first time we won at home against the All Blacks, however some different milestones along the way.
A lot of those players selected were in Australia last summer and were in South Africa the summer before when people won in Cape Town.
The buildup of these experiences together hopefully builds a little confidence as you need to have some notion.
Despite the remarkable results during the past couple of decades of Ireland, theres no question that the All Blacks stay firm favorites for Saturdays fixtures.
While Schmidts side blew hot and cold during the group phase, New Zealand revealed few chinks and lived up to their reputation as the team to overcome with a confident win over a South Africa on the second day of the tournament.
The All Blacks are constantly raising the bar, Schmidt confessed.
Everyone else is pursuing the pub and trying to get to exactly the exact same height.
The winners of Saturdays quarter-final will meet with either Australia or England in Yokohama in the previous four.
A World Cup quarter-final against Australia is time to get its Eddie Jones project to deliver, says former England scrum-half Matt Dawson.
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