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Wales face France in the first of Sunday’s Rugby World Cup quarter-finals as they look to build on an impressive pool stage.
A hard-fought victory over Australia, and a more comfortable win against the likes of Georgia and Uruguay, meant Warren Gatland’s side topped Pool D. France, meanwhile, finished second in their pool behind England, and are now faced with the unenviable task of beating a Wales side they have lost to in seven of their last eight meetings.
Wales are clear favourites to progress into the semi-finals – where one of Japan or South Africa will be waiting – but they will not be taking their opposition lightly.
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Gatland has been boosted, though, by the return to fitness of both Dan Biggar and Jonathan Davies, while French pair Antoine Dupont and Damian Penaud will start.
And this quarter-final will signal the end for one of the two coaches, with both Gatland and Jacques Brunel set to step down following the World Cup.
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