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- The XV of France receives Wales this Saturday at the Stade de France, on the 5th and last day of the Six Nations Tournament. The match starts at 15:45 and will be broadcast on France 2.
- To win a second tournament in a row, the Blues must beat with the offensive bonus the Welsh, second last, then hope for an incredible misstep of Ireland against England in Dublin (kick-off at 18:<>).
- The XV of France: Ramos - Penaud, Fickou, Danty, Dumortier - Ntamack (o), Dupont (m) (cap.) - Ollivon, Alldritt, Cros - Taofifenua, Flament - Atonio, Marchand, Baille.
- Wales XV: Rees-Zammit - Adams, North, Tompkins, Dyer - Biggar (o), Webb (m) - Tipuric, Faletau, Wainwright - A. W. Jones, Beard - Francis, Owens (cap.), W. Jones.
9:00 am: Hi fans of Les Bleus and the Tournament!
And yes, this is already the last episode of the winter soap opera favorite of rugby lovers. The outcome can be as incredible as the victory of the XV of France last Saturday at Twickenham (10-53): if the Blues beat the Welsh with bonus before England go to win in Ireland, Antoine Dupont's teammates will retain their title in the Six Nations Tournament. Well, let's be realistic. As much as the French success is hardly in doubt, seeing Owen Farrell deprive his father Andy (coach of the XV of the Clover) of a Grand Slam is science fiction. But go figure, the glorious uncertainty of sport, all that...
What is certain is that we hope to see conquering Blues, less than six months before the start of the World Cup at home. Even if the storms announced can complicate their task.
Because these French delight us (almost) at every match, we meet at 15:15 pm
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