How to Live Stream France vs Wales Online Today
wales endured the most dramatic Six Nations off the pitch but if they can finish with a win France In Paris, the field horror show is transformed into something more acceptable.
Wales endured a nightmare start amidst all the drama of threatened players’ strikes ahead of England’s game. Warren GatlandA three-game losing streak in his tenure, the last win against Italy in Rome should have cheered Welsh fans.
World No. 2 France, fresh from defeating England, are undoubtedly making big strides, but with many of their veteran stars playing in what is presumed to be their final Six Nations match, Gatland’s forces are at a loss. have sufficient motivation.
For their part, Les Bleus can still clinch the title – Dublin will need an unlikely favor from an English side still reeling from last weekend’s annihilation at Twickenham – But even if the trophies miss them. Fabian Garti.
Here’s what you need to know about fixtures:
When is France v Wales on and on which TV channels?
The match kicks off at 2:45 PM on Saturday, March 18th. It airs on ITV 1 and streams on ITVX.
Any news on the team?
France made two changes to their starting XV, with Uini Atonio returning to the side following a suspension. He had to miss two games after making a high tackle in a match against Ireland early in the tournament. Another change for him is that Romain his Taofifenua has replaced Paul his Willemse in his second row.
Bastien Charlot will be aiming for his first tournament appearance off the bench.
Meanwhile, Wales made six changes to their starting line-up. Louis-Reese Zamit started at fullback to replace the injured Liam Williams, there was a new center partnership with George North, and Nick Tompkins and Dan Bigger were keyed back at No. 10.
At forward, Arun Wynne Jones and Aaron Wainwright will feature on the second and back rows respectively. no. 8 Taur Pefaletau wins his 100th cap for Wales.
France v Wales line-up
France: Thomas Ramos; Damien Penault, Gael Fikou, Jonathan Danti, Ethan Dumortier. Romain Nutamak, Antoine Dupont.Cyril Bayeux, Julien Marchand, Wini Attonio, Thibaut Flamand, Romain Taoffifenua, Francios Cross, Charles Olibon, Gregory Aldrit
Replacement: Pete Maubaka, Reda Wardi, Sipili Falatea, Bastien Charlot, Sekou Makaro, Maxim Luk, Yoram Moefana, Melvin Jamine.
wales: Louis Reese Zamit; Josh Adams, George North, Nick Tompkins, Rio Dyer. Dan Bigger, Rhys Webb. Wynne Jones, Ken Owens, Thomas Francis, Adam Beard, Alan Wynne-Jones, Aaron Wainwright, Justin Tiplik, Taurupe Faletau.
Replacement: Bradley Roberts, Gareth Thomas, Dillon Lewis, Dafyd Jenkins, Tommy Leffel, Tomos Williams, Owen Williams, Lee Halfpenny
France – 1/25
Draw – 50/1
Wales – 14/1