After a tight first half in Paris, it's level 3-3 at the break between France and Wales.
Frederic Michalak kicked a long penalty to put the hosts ahead, before Leigh Halfpenny responded with one from close range for Wales.
Wales kick-off against France in Paris, in the second game of their Six Nations campaign, desperate to get back to winning ways after a confidence-sapping eight defeats in a row.
A shocking first-half performance saw them beaten by Ireland in Cardiff last Saturday, and Wales now haven't won an international since overcoming France in last year's Grand Slam decider.
France themselves are looking for a response after losing to Italy last weekend.
Welsh fans in Paris ahead of this afternoon's Six Nations game have found reasons to be optimistic, despite defeat at home to Ireland in their opening game of the tournament.
France coach Philippe Saint-Andre and fly half Frederic Michalak give ITV Cymru Wales their thoughts on Wales ahead of this afternoon's Six Nations clash in Paris.
Jamie Roberts will win his 50th cap for Wales today.
The 6' 4" centre made his debut - on the wing - against Scotland at the start of the 2008 Grand Slam campaign.
He was named as the British and Irish Lions Player of the Series in South Africa in 2009.
Roberts is leaving Cardiff Blues at the end of the season, to play his club rugby in France.
Roberts, and centre partner Jonathan Davies, will take on the recalled French wrecking-ball Mathieu Bastareaud today.
Davies said: "Obviously, he (Bastareaud) is very physical and strong. Our defence will be key to cut his time on the ball and slow him down before he gets going. Hopefully, we can get a result for Jamie to celebrate his 50th cap."
All eyes are on Paris this weekend as Wales try to break the bad luck of their eight defeats in a row
But can they turn it around against the French - who are also looking for their first Six Nations victory of 2013?
Nick Hartley reports from Paris.
– Neil Jenkins, Wales assistant coach
We were disappointed with the first half last week and the result and everyone is keen to get back on the pitch and get the match underway. It’s a huge game for us and we can’t wait.
The boys are ready to go. The captain’s run went well today and there is that urgency about the squad, they want to get today out of the way and get out on the field and play.
We started poorly last week but we put together some good rugby in the second half and we want to take that into tomorrow.
We know that we have to play that way for 80 minutes and we have to put France under as much pressure as possible.