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With the dust having now settled on Round One of the Six Nations, we take a look back over the three games to select our Team of the Week.
Wales coach Warren Gatland admitted his side got out of jail after they claimed a 24-19 win over France in their Six Nations opener on Friday.
George North touched down twice as Wales came from 16-0 behind to defeat France 24-19 in the opening Six Nations encounter on Friday.
The HSBC Sydney Sevens is the fourth tournament of the Men’s World Rugby Sevens Series, with Australia looking to defend their crown.
Ireland boss Joe Schmidt feels Wales are the team to beat in this year’s Six Nations and said the draw has been kind to Warren Gatland’s side.
Six Nations 2019 starts under Friday night lights when France face Wales in what promises to be an absorbing Test match at the Stade de France.
Warren Gatland believes Wales will have to find an answer for France’s mix of brute force and flair when the Six Nations kicks off this Friday.
Tomos Williams will make his first Six Nations appearance at scrum-half, lining up alongside Blues teammate Gareth Anscombe for Wales.
Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde believes Ross Moriarty will not “take a backward step” after being passed fit to face France on Friday.
Next in our set of previews ahead of the Six Nations we examine the prospects of last year’s second place finishers, Warren Gatland’s Wales.