The Irish may not be the bookmakers' favourites, yet that victory and three Test wins in November mean Joe Schmidt's side deserve to be the second choice.
"We're sure he'll manage but nevertheless we need someone with experience who can take the game by the scruff of the neck, bring a bit of balance to our initiatives and reassure (Jalibert)".
The 19-year-old five-eighth produced a lively performance at the Stade de France but limped off the pitch after half an hour.
Things didn't go perfectly during the summer tour game against the U.S. but when the autumn rolled around, the Leinster back got another shot and impressed against South Africa and Fiji before a heavy tackle resulted in an arm broken in three places.
"We're up against a team in full confidence who had a great a year ago (2017), beating England and winning all their November tests", he said.
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"The lads' legs were out and I don't think we could have gone another couple of phases so just got there in the end".
"He's very sure of himself under the opponent's kicks, which will be very useful against Ireland", said Brunel, adding that Palis might take the longer penalty kicks.
"We want to be able to keep building in that position".
Yes, a teenager, a 19-year-old, will start an global match in one of the most competitive rugby competitions in the world against one of the tournament favourites.
Ireland do not have a great record in Paris, having won there only once in the last 18 years, including a narrow defeat two years ago. No matter how much you've prepared yourself, even if you've been here before, for any player to step out into that stadium and the noise generated, I wouldn't say it's a shock, but it's a hugely motivating factor. So I'd hope that it's not.
"They were collisions, but the head injury protocol was decided by the independent doctor; it wasn't our decision", said Brunel, of the HIAs for Jalibert and Dupont.
It's less than eight months since Six Nations chiefs reprimanded France for infringing the replacement laws.