RBS Six Nations: Wales’ Grand Slam game
Wales will take on France this Saturday (17th March) at the Millennium Stadium - Cardiff, in their final game of the RBS Six Nations Championship.
Unbeaten so far, a win for Wales will mean the RBS Six Nations title and a Grand Slam. In the last RBS Six Nations Championship in 2008, Wales’ victory over France provided them with a perfect 10 of Grand Slams.
Wales last played France in the Rugby World Cup semi-final in Auckland last October - a game where Wales’ World Cup hopes were dashed after being defeated, 9-8, by France.
Sam Warburton will return as captain after a knee injury for Wales’ final game of the championship. The full line up for this Saturday has been announced by the Welsh Rugby Union.
It’s set to be an exciting Saturday here in Wales. The sell out Grand Slam showdown at the Millennium Stadium is said to be attracting 250,000 people to Cardiff, with big screens showing the match in the city centre.
Brush up on the Welsh National Anthem ahead of tomorrow and join in with a full house at the Millennium Stadium.
Pob lwc (good luck) Wales!
View First Minister Carwyn Jones' good luck video message to the team.