Warren Gatland has been in a position to name his most powerful starting XV once more with Jonathan Davies along with Dan Biggar both passing fitness tests past week after picking up knocks in the struggle with Fiji.
Even the French have reverted to the side that beat against the change viewing Bernard Le Roux against Argentina on the opening weekend.
Wales have mastered this fixture in recent years winning seven of their eight experiences, but with one of those coming by a margin of more or 10 things.
Their most recent clash saw Wales stage a heroic second half comeback in Paris from their 2019 Six Nations first game. The Welsh rallied in the 16-0 half-time deficit to win 24-19 thanks to the overdue intercept score of George North.
That functionality showed the French in their very best and their worst. They played with with a few sublime rugby occasionally and then within seconds looked disorganised. The Pumas comeback halted, although they made a performance that was similar with Argentina from the clash.
Where they lived a gigantic half onslaught, the Welsh pride themselves on their 80 minute fitness games, especially the team game with Australia.
Wales look to have much big match experience and when it comes down to the big moments in the quarter, although I could visit France as they have done in the majority of their games in 2019 flying out of the gate within this match.
Backing France/Wales on the half time/full time marketplace at 6/1 looks to be the best choice.

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