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So who will replace the injured Rhys Priestland in the famous number 10 jersey, when Wales defend their Grand Slam crown in the spring?
Ospreys fly-half Dan Biggar is the favourite. He's been in consistently good form for his region, but has not yet been given a long run in the Wales shirt.
Many think it's time James Hook is given a chance in his favoured position. He might have suffered for his versatility in the past, and playing his club rugby in France may also count against him.
Rhys Patchell is the new man on the scene, winning great acclaim for his Blues performances. He scored all 24 of the region's points against Montpellier on Sunday, but is only 19.
There could even be a recall for veteran Stephen Jones, now playing over the border in England. He is Wales' all-time most-capped player.
Wales will be without Rhys Priestland for the Six Nations, after the fly-half was ruled out for six months.
The 25-year-old had surgery on a ruptured achilles tendon this morning. He was stretchered off while playing for the Scarlets on Saturday.
The Scarlets and Wales are waiting on news of a scan on Rhys Priestland's achilles injury. It's feared the fly-half could be ruled out of the Six Nations and even next summer's Lions tour in a worst-case scenario. The 25-year-old was injured during the Scarlets' 22-16 Heieken Cup defeat to Exeter.
He's the latest in a long line of Welsh injury worries, after a bruising autumn international series. Adam Jones, Aaron Jarvis, Craig Mitchell, Ian Evans, Alun Wyn Jones, Dan Lydiate, George North, Jamie Roberts and Leigh Halfpenny have all been sidelined recently.