The Welsh rugby team will become the champion of the traditional Six Nations tournament tomorrow with a win, a draw or even a defeat with a defensive bonus (losing less than 7 points) on its fifth and final visit to France.
The match will be held at 5 pm at the Stade de France in Paris, and will be managed by referee Luc Pierce, his assistants Matteo Carli and Christophe Ridley, all of them from the United Kingdom.
The Welsh team defeated Italy 48-7 last Saturday, achieved their fourth consecutive victory and was on the threshold of the coronation.
With a final victory over France, Wales will reach Grand Slam (winning all of its matches) and tie England to the top winners list with 39 titles each.
Team Dragon will make a singles shuffle on the starting lineup tomorrow after crushing the Italians: Adam Bird will enter Cory Hill.
The French national team lost the previous date in Twickenham, 23-20, against England.
The French still have chances to win the title, but for that they will have to beat Wales tomorrow by more than seven points and next Friday, March 26th, Scotland, with an extra point (scoring more than four attempts) in at least one of these. Obligations.
Tomorrow they will also play with Scotland and Italy (11.15) at Murrayfield in Edinburgh and Ireland – England (13.45) at Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
Positions: Wales 19 points. Ireland 11; France and England 10; Scotland 6 and Italy 0 (Telam)