"There's a great feeling: we know what's at stake, we know what we can do, we can go in the history books.
"There's a big focus on the game and we want to play well, play with smiles on our face and get the series win."
There has been some criticism of the tourists' set-piece but Hibbard is reasonably happy with how the Lions eight have performed so far and says the pack have more to give.
"You get that perceived image of the Lions not working too well but it's a big focus, set piece is massive for us, it's where we can build our platform," Hibbard added.
"Scrums and line-outs we definitely want to go well there and really dominate.
"We've still got a couple more notches to go up and hopefully everything comes together on Saturday and we really perform.
"It's pretty much like a duck: everything is calm on top but the feet are going mad underneath! That's what it's feeling like at the moment... it's just looking at the details now ready to go into the game."
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