Wales vs France Six Nations Rugby Live Stream 2022 - Full Match Replay

France VS Wales Six Nations Rugby Live Stream

Wales vs France Six Nations Rugby Live Stream 2022 - Full Match Replay

Six Nations Championship 2022 - Wales vs France Live Online


Wales will play against France in the 4th round of the Six Nations Championship 2022 on Saturday, 12 March 2021. It will take place at the Principality Stadium. You can watch Wales vs France rugby live stream with full HD on your PC, laptop, and other smart devices across the world.

In the 2021 Six Nations Championship, France won over Wales by a score of 3-0.

Since their first meeting in 1908, France and Wales have competed in 101 rugby matches, from which Wales have won 51 games, while France have won 47 matches. Three matches were drawn between both nations.

Wales vs France Live Stream

Date: Saturday, 12th March 2020
Venue: Principality Stadium
Kick-off: 8:00pm (GMT)
Live Stream: Watch Here

Wales vs France Squad  Six Nations 2022

France Squads

Forwards: Paul Willemse, Selevasio Tolofua  , Romain Taofifenua, Baptiste Pesenti, Thierry Paiva, Charles Ollivon, Julien Marchand, Bernard Le Roux, Thomas Lavault, Hassane Kolingar, Anthony Jelonch, Mohamed Haouas, Killian Geraci, Francois Cros, Dylan Cretin, Georges-Henri Colombe, Camille Chat,  Pierre Bourgarit, Cyril Baille, Gregory Alldritt, Dorian Aldgheri.

Backs: Arthur Vincent, Gabin Villière, Teddy Thomas, Donovan Taofifénua, Baptiste Serin, Vincent Rattez, Damian Penaud, Matthieu Jalibert, Gaël Fickou, Antoine Dupont, Brice Dulin, Julien Delbouis, Baptiste Couilloud, Louis Carbonel, Anthony Bouthier, Pierre-Louis Barassi.

Wales Squads

Forwards: Wyn Jones, Aaron Wainwright, Elliot Dee,  Justin Tipuric, Adam Beard, Ken Owens, Josh Navidi, Josh MacLeod, Dan Lydiate, Tomas Francis , Will Rowlands , Rhodri Jones, Alun Wyn Jones (captain), Cory Hill, Jake Ball , Taulupe Faletau, Ryan Elias, Dillon Lewis, Rhys Carre, Leon Brown. 

Backs: Tomos Williams, Josh Adam, Liam Williams, Jarrod Evans , Owen Watkin, Nick Tompkins, Callum Sheedy, Louis Rees-Zammit, George North, Kieran Hardy, Leigh Halfpenny, Gareth Davies , Jonathan Davies,  Dan Biggar, Hallam Amos, Johnny Williams.

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