Liam Williams Wales injury problems ease for France quarter-final

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By Gareth Griffiths

BBC Sport Wales at Kumamoto Stadium, Japan

Liam Williams Wales centre Jonathan Davies (L) picked up a knee knock in the win over Fiji

Wales centre Jonathan Davies (L) picked up a knee knock in the win over Fiji
2019 Rugby World Cup quarter-final: Wales v France
Venue:Oita Stadium, Oita PrefectureDate:Sun, 20 OctoberKick-off:08:15 BST
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Wales coach Warren Gatland expects to have a fully fit squad to chose from for the World Cup quarter-final against France in Oita on 20 October.

Centre Jonathan Davies and fly-half Dan Biggar missed Sunday’s win over Uruguay that clinched top spot in Pool D.

Davies has been given the all clear following a scan on his injured knee, while Biggar is recovering from two head knocks in the victories over Fiji and Australia.

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