"I know we have to prepare as well as we can physically".
O'Mahony was pulled just after the hour mark of Ireland's 16-9 win over New Zealand on Saturday and will have his training load managed accordingly at Carton House this week while fellow flanker Leavy has been sent back to Belfield where he will rehabilitate from a strained neck.
Ireland will be boosted by the "chase" of New Zealand still holding onto their world number one ranking according to Luke McGrath as he heaped praise on Wigan RL legend Andy Farrell.
"We're going to need the best performance of our season, the way the Irish have been playing", Read said.
"So as of now they are the number-one team in the world".
'Ireland are the world's best, then.
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"Like we've got some of the best players in the world who just play what they see in front of them".
Six Nations champions, and now having secured their first home victory over the All Blacks in history, to go alongside their maiden win two years ago, they are deserving of that mantle'. The former rugby league great - who also played for England in rugby union - has with Saturday's win tasted success against the All Blacks four times (twice with Ireland, once with England and previous year with the British & Irish Lions). "It's not rocket science it's everyone performing their role", said Schmidt.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen told media after the match that the win installed Ireland as World Cup favourites. "There were times when we did get severed but the great thing about "Faz" is he will look at those and say there are a couple of solutions there what do you think guys?" Not only was it a pre-planned move but the purposeful Jacob Stockdale was still prepared to give it a go, despite having nearly presented Kieran Read with a free gift from a less successful chip a few minutes earlier.
"We're all going to be making an announcement shortly, not right now no, but I decided before I left that I was going to make one and I'll do that when I get home at some stage, before Christmas".
That was as close as New Zealand would come and Stockdale quickly made up for his error as a brilliant lineout move - a Joe Schmidt special - switched play back onto the blindside to put the Ulster winger into space to chip through and collect.
"Everyone's trying to be the best, everyone's striving to meet expectations".