Wales beat France 27-6 to keep 6 Nations hopes alive

Wales put their defeat at the hands of Ireland behind them on Friday, beating France 27-6 at the Millennium Stadium to keep their 6 Nations title hopes alive.

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Wales prepare for Six Nations clash against France

Captain Sam Warburton says his side are desperate to put on a good performance against France. Credit: PA

Wales take on France tonight in their Six Nations match in the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. Their defeat to Ireland was their heaviest in 32 tests in the competition since Warren Gatland took charge.

In preparation for their clash against the French side, the head coach has made three changes to his Wales team, including dropping Mike Phillips. Meanwhile, the Ospreys' Rhys Webb will earn his first start at scrum half.

Wales will need to win to keep alive their hopes of keeping their Six Nations title for an historic third time in succession.

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