6 Countries 2022. Fabian Galti announced a group of 42 players on Thursday, March 3 to prepare for the fourth meeting of the six nations against Wales on March 11. Note the returns of Gabin Villier, Matthew Jalibert and Teddy Thomas.
[Mis à jour le 03 mars 2022 à 14h47] In the race to win a Grand Slam at the VI Nations Tournament, the French team will travel to Wales on Friday, March 11th. This Thursday, March 3, the Blues coach Fabin Galti unveiled the list of 42 players who will be called up to face the Welsh.
Among the returns to be made, Gabin Villier returns to the group after being hit in the face during the win against Ireland and left out against Scotland. Teddy Thomas and Matthew Jalibert, who were injured during the rally, were recalled.
The 6-nation tournament is categorized as follows: victory with 4 points, draw with 2 points and defeat with 0 points. Each of the six teams can collect bonus points: 1 offensive bonus point if they score at least four attempts in the match, and 1 defensive bonus point if they lose the match by a maximum of seven points. Finally, if one of the nominees wins a Grand Slam, he or she will receive an additional bonus of 3 points. If the end of the tournament ends in a draw, the teams are determined based on the point difference for each game.
The tournament schedule for the 6-nation tournament is set for five days. Each team meets opponents only once. For this 2022 edition, France only travels twice (as received twice in the previous edition). Schedule of matches for 2022:
- Day 4 – Friday 11 March: Wales – France. Saturday March 12: Italy – Scotland, England – Ireland.
- Day 5 – Saturday 19 March: France – England, Wales – Italy, Ireland – Scotland.
The next day, the Blues will face Wales in a match that looks like a small final. Here is a group of 42 people called for the meeting:
Hookers: Gaiten Barlett (Castress), Julian Marchand (Toulouse), Pieto Mouvaka (Toulouse).
Pillars: Euini Atonio (La Rochelle), Cyril Bailey (Toulouse), Demba Bamba (Lyon), Sippily Falatia (ASM Clermont), Jean-Baptist Gross (Toulon), Mohamed Howas (Montpellier), Jerome Ray (Lyon).
Second line: Thomas Jolmes (Union. Bordeaux-Begles), Thibaut Flement (Toulouse), Thomas Lavolt (La Rochelle), Romain Tavofenu (Leon), Paul Willemsey (Montpellier).
Third line: Gregory Aldrit (La Rochelle), Alexander Becogni (Montpellier), Paul Boudehent (La Rochelle), Dylan Cretin (Leon), Franവാois Cross (Toulouse), Anthony Jolon (Toulouse), Jordan Joseph
Scrum Half: Baptist Couloud (Lyon), Antoine DuPont (Toulouse), Maxim Luke (Bordeaux-Begles).
Fly-Half: Matthew Jalibert (Bardo-Begles), Romain Ntamak (Toulouse).
Centers: Pierre-Louis Barassi (Lyon), Jonathan Dante (La Rochelle), Jules Favre (La Rochelle), Gail Ficou (racing), Joram Moyfana (Bordeaux-Begles), Virimi Vakatawa (racing).
Wings: Mattis Label (Toulouse), Damian Penaud (Clermont), Teddy Thomas (Racing 92), Gabin Villier (Toulon).
Backgrounds: Bryce Dulin (La Rochelle), Melvin Jaminet (Perpignan), Thomas Ramos (Toulouse).
In France, the matches of this 2022 6 Nations tournament will be televised France TV. The pair, which includes Matthew Larto and Dimitri Yachtville, will be commenting on nine matches, including all of the Blues’ matches scheduled for France 2, with Cecil Grace for sideline interviews. For other matches, the broadcast will be available on the antennas of France TV, as well as the microphone with Laurent Bellett – Jerome Castlebow duo.
Go to and you will get tickets for the 2022 6 Nations Tournament Official website of the French Rugby Federation. Many matches are still available, priced from 13 to 120 euros for the match against Italy and 25 to 155 euros for the match against Ireland. On the other hand, the shock against England can no longer be booked.
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