The Blues travel to Aviva Stadium in Dublin for the second day of the tournament. Since we have been winning for some time, the fight will be tough on Sunday afternoon.
After the Roman voyage, the XV of France faces Dublin XV with clover. A meeting erupted at the stunning Aviva Stadium where the Blues struggled to win. Moreover, our last victory in the Irish capital is from 2011 onwards. Lansdowne Road, the old stadium where the national team met, was a French park. Finally, not too far away, you have to go back to the 80s / 90s / 2000s!
Meanwhile, the players Fabian Galti Arrive with the desire to include statistics in the correct order. The quality of the game we have shown since last season and the clear victory over Italy (10-50) in Rome last Saturday encourages us to be optimistic. Overconfidence, low level Asuri, Due to the changes made by a Transalpine staff eager to revitalize the workers, this pleasant result was also allowed.
Two changes in the XV of France
So the red card has to be given a lot brought from the 13th minute of the play, a cold head especially to celebrate Ireland’s brief defeat (21-16) against Wales at the tournament door. Peter O. Mahoney. Green Flanker, author of Forward Holder Charge, collects three games of suspension at once, and will not be in the game this Sunday. As Jonathan Sexton Came to a conclusion last weekend. The Irish opener will be rested. Two twists and turns of destiny that did not stop the Greens from putting pressure on us in the fight for breaks. As they know exactly how to do it, soak the wings of the air balloons as the wingers lift. The blues are warned that the racks will be bloody as usual. Luckily for us, the game will play behind closed doors …
To this shock, the coach trusts and retains the winners in Italy Antoine DuPont / Matthew Jalibert. Romain Ntamack is still off. Two changes today Anthony Jellonch, Considered the third tier wing to be more comfortable in rounds and ground play than Dylan Crete Damien Penard On the wings because it is easier on aerial balloons than on Teddy Thomas.
Saturday, February 13th
3.15 pm: England / Italy at France 2
5:45 pm: Scotland / Wales at France 2
Sunday, February 14th
4 pm: France 2 to Ireland / France
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