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Championship - Fixture Information

Guinness Player of the match: George North

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kick-off
Friday 1st February 2019, Kick Off 8pm GMT, 9PM CET
venue
Stade de France
tv
BBC & S4C (UK), FR2 (France), Virgin Media (Ireland), DMAX (Italy), NBC (USA)
tickets

For ticket and hospitality information for France v Wales please contact the Fédération Française de Rugby (FFR).

Fédération Française de Rugby
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Web www.ffr.fr

Ticketing Information: https://billetterie.ffr.fr/
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Wales beat France 24-19 in the opening fixture of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations at the Stade de France, Paris.

 

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Liam Williams scores their first try 17/3/2018

30.8

30.8

On average, Wales scored a try every 30.8 minutes in the 2018 Six Nations. In comparison France went over every 50 minutes.

Dan Biggar with Yacouba Camara and Benjamin Fall 17/3/2018

7

7

The Nations have been separated by seven or fewer points in three of their last four Six Nations meetings with Wales 19-10 victory in 2016 the exception.

Dan Biggar and George North with Mathieu Babillot 17/3/2018

14-13

14-13

Wales beat France 14-13 in the 2018 Six Nations, the lowest total number of points required to win a game between the sides in the competition’s history.

Maxime Machenaud 17/3/2018

40

40

The ball was in play for less than 40 minutes in each of the last four meetings between France and Wales in the Six Nations

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19

19

With 19 historical fixtures between these two teams in Six Nations history, France have won 10 and Wales have won nine games. However, France have only beaten Wales once in the past seven years.

Gareth Davies and Taulupe Faletau celebrate after the game 17/3/2018

9

9

Wales are in prime form coming into the 2019 Six Nations having completed their first ever Autumn Test series clean sweep with victories over Scotland, Australia, Tonga and South Africa . It also meant that Wales ended the year with nine consecutive wins – their longest unbeaten since 1999.

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