Rugby ‘We have two games to potentially change the rest of our lives’

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Wales coach Warren Gatland urges players to grab ‘once in a lifetime’ chance
2019 Rugby World Cup semi-final: Wales v South Africa
Venue:International Stadium, YokohamaDate:Sun, 3 NovKick-off:09:00 GMT
Coverage:Full commentary on BBC Radio Wales and Radio Cymru, BBC Radio 5 Live and Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, plus text updates on the BBC Sport website and app.

Dan Biggar says Wales have two games to change their lives after reaching the World Cup semi-final.

Warren Gatland’s side fought back from 12-0 down to beat 14-man France 20-19 in a nail-biting quarter final in Oita to set up a last four match against South Africa next Sunday.

“It’s pleasing we are here for another two weeks,” said fly-half Biggar, who scored 10 points in Wales’ win.

“We have two games to potentially change the rest of our lives.”

England take on defending champions New Zealand in the other semi-final in Yokohama on Saturday, a day before Wales face the Springboks at the same venue.

Wales have won four games in a row against the Springboks since losing the 2015 World Cup quarter-final at Twickenham.

“When you get to a semi-final you probably think that on your day, any one of four teams can win,” said Biggar.

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