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Full-back Leigh Halfpenny says his World Cup semi-final penalty miss against France will not cross his mind when Wales go for a the Grand Slam title against Les Bleus this Saturday.
A win for Wales will mean a third Grand Slam in 8 seasons and revenge for that heartbreaking World Cup defeat.
Leigh Halfpenny says he's "moved on" from the disappointment of missing a decisive penalty in Wales' World Cup semi-final defeat to France, and is ready to kick his side to Grand Slam glory against the same opponents on Saturday.
The 23-year-old Cardiff Blues man has enjoyed great success since become Wales' principal goal kicker for the Six Nations. His late penalty fell agonisingly short as Warren Gatland's men lost 9-8 to France in October.
Our Sports Correspondent Richard Morgan was at the Wales press conference this lunchtime:
Wales captain Sam Warburton came safely through training last night, and Wales will continue to monitor him with a view to including him on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Wales Kicking Coach Neil Jenkins says they won't be taking anything for granted against France:
Wales Forwards Coach Robin McBryde says Wales are confident on Sam Warburton's fitness, with Justin Tipuric ready to step in if the captain isn't available.
Wales captain Sam Warburton will have a fitness test this afternoon, as he races to be fit for their Grand Slam decider against France on Saturday. The flanker injured his knee in the first half against England two weeks ago, and missed Wales' win against Italy this weekend.
Forwards coach Robin McBryde says the prospects of Warburton playing are "very favourable". It's hoped he'll return to training on Tuesday. Wales have no other injury concerns, with lock Luke Charteris pushing for selection after coming off the bench in the 24-3 victory over Italy.
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Wales have no new injury worries ahead of Saturday's Six Nations finale against France, although captain Sam Warburton is still a doubt.