WALES are on a high as they head into their huge World Cup quarter-final against France.
Warren Gatland’s side pipped the Wallabies to top spot in the group stages and find themselves with a favourable path through to the final.
But they face a Les Bleus side fresh from a fortnight off following their cancelled clash against England.
What time is Wales vs France?
THIS World Cup last-eight clash will be held on Sunday, October 20.
Kick-off is at 8.15am – that’s 9.15am in Paris.
France last beat Wales in the 2017 Six Nations, when they recorded a narrow 20-18 victory.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
YOU can catch all of the action live on ITV1.
Coverage will begin at 7.30am.
If you want to stream, head to the ITV Hub or TVplayer.
Both of these options require a valid TV licence – get one here.
What is the team news?
DAN BIGGAR is fighting to be fit after getting banged up during the group stages in Japan.
Biggar was forced off the field with separate head injuries against Australia and Fiji but looks set to be fit for this showdown with the French.
Forwards: Nicky Smith, Wyn Jones, Rhys Carre, Tomas Francis, Dillon Lewis, Ken Owens, Elliot Dee, Ryan Elias, Alun Wyn Jones, Adam Beard, Cory Hill, Jake Ball, Aaron Shingler, Josh Navidi, Ross Moriarty, Aaron Wainwright, Justin Tipuric, James Davies.
Backs: Gareth Davies, Tomos Williams, Aled Davies, Dan Biggar (Northampton), Rhys Patchell (Scarlets), Hadleigh Parkes, Jonathan Davies, Owen Watkin, Liam Williams, Leigh Halfpenny, George North, Hallam Amos, Josh Adams.
Forwards: Gregory Alldritt, Cyril Baille, Demba Bamba, Yacouba Camara, Camille Chat, Paul Gabrillagues, Guilhem Guirado, Arthur Iturria, Wenceslas Lauret, Bernard Le Roux, Peato Mauvaka, Charles Ollivon, Louis Picamoles, Jefferson Poirot, Emerick Setiano, Rabah Slimani, Sébastien Vahaamahina
Backs: Pierre-Louis Barassi, Antoine Dupont, Gaël Fickou, Wesley Fofana, Sofiane Guitoune, Yoann Huget, Camille Lopez, Maxime Machenaud, Maxime Médard, Romain Ntamack, Damian Penaud, Alivereti Raka, Thomas Ramos, Baptiste Serin, Virimi Vakatawa