WALES will look to get back to winning ways as they welcome France to Cardiff.
The defending Six Nations champions fell to defeat in Dublin a fortnight ago and can no longer repeat their Grand Slam heroics of last year.
But the Championship is still there for the taking – although overcoming Les Bleus will be no easy feat.
The French are on the road for the first time this year after beating both England and Italy in Paris and are dreaming of a first Six Nations title since 2010.
- Kick-off in Cardiff is at 4.45pm – 5.45pm in France and 11.45am Eastern Time.
- This match will be broadcast live on BBC ONE with streaming via the BBC iPlayer.
- BBC is free for all UK viewers with a TV licence.
- France 2 are showing this match live for free in France.
- Wales XV: 15 Halfpenny, 14 North, 13 Tompkins, 12 Parkes, 11 Adams, 10 Biggar, 9 Davies; 1 W Jones, 2 Owens, 3 Lewis, 4 Ball, 5 AW Jones, 6 Moriarty, 7 Tipuric, 8 Faletau.
- France XV: 15 Bouthier, 14 Thomas, 13 Vakatawa, 12 Vincent, 11 Fickou, 10 Ntamack, 9 Dupont; 1 Baille, 2 Marchand, 3 Haouas, 4 Le Roux, 5 Willemse, 6 Cros, 7 Ollivon, 8 Alldritt.