The All Blacks continue to talk up their opposition for the third test of their grand slam attempt in Dublin tomorrow morning.

Ireland have been scratchy in their first two tests of the Northern Hemisphere winter - that on the back of copping a hiding in New Plymouth mid year.

But Richie McCaw says while others underestimate the Irish chances, he doesn't.

He says when Ireland get good front foot ball they';ve got players that can put teams under pressure.

Ireland skipper Brian O';Driscoll says in the past, Ireland sides have been guilty of switching off and they will have to play for 80 minutes.

Both sides have completed their captains runs this morning.