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Here are the latest rugby headings on Tuesday, March 14.

Robinson backs Wales in the middle of Rees-Zammit/Adams problem

Former Wales worldwide and Cardiff outside-half Nicky Robinson thinks Warren Gatland’s side have a possibility to beat France in their Super Saturday finale this weekend due to the large feeling from Les Bleus’ win at Twickenham.

The males in blue shocked Steve Borthwick’s English hosts with a callous screen to win 53-10, keeping their Six Nations title defence well and really alive. The result likewise left France head coach Fabien Galthie in tears throughout his post-match television interview, having actually managed France’s initially Six Nations win at Twickenham for 18 years. As a gamer himself, Galthie beat England 7 times however lost all 3 of his matches at Twickenham.

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It implies Wales, who are spending the week in Nice to get ready for this Saturday’s component in Paris, have a difficult task on their hands, having simply won their very first video game of the competition versus Italy in round 4.

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But previous Wales outside-half Robinson thinks Wales have a possibility.

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“Wales have actually got a possibility on the reality France were so good last weekend, I’m uncertain they can play also once again,” he informed the Scrum V podcast. “It’s been that high, and when your coach is as psychological as he was, can they do that once again? That’s where I believe Wales could. We do have a possibility. I’ve got a sly sensation there’s going to be an upset this weekend.”

As for Wales modifications he would choose, Robinson contemplated beginning Christ Tshiunza in the 2nd row and bringing Louis Rees-Zammit in for Josh Adams, however eventually stuck to the group which won in Rome.

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