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.
George North scored the only try in a 16-6 victory in Paris. Wales celebrated hard, after ending a run of eight defeats in a row.
Wales prepare to face Les Bleus at Stade de France later, as they fight to stay in this season's Six Nations title race.