Game 5, Sat 23 Oct, 2:30pm GMT, Albi
Congrats to the 6/8 of you who correctly guesed that France would beat Scotland!
And to the 23/27 of you who picked Wales over Ireland.
Friendly - Oct 6th - Wales 6-13 Italy - Wrexham - 2,791
Game 1 - Oct 9th - France 58-24 Ireland - Avignon - 14,522
Game 2 - Oct 10th - Scotland 22-60 Wales - Glasgow - 787
Game 3 - Oct 16th - France 22-12 Scotland - Albi - 6,721
Game 4 - Oct 17th - Wales 31-30 Ireland - Neath - 2,165
France - P2, W2, +44, 4
Wales - P2, W1, +39, 4
Ireland - P2, W0, -35, 0
Scotland - P2, W0, -48, 0
The last time these guys faced each other...
2005: France 38-16 France (European Cup)
1996: Wales 34-14 France (European Cup)
1995: Wales 28-6 France (World Cup)
1995: Wales 22-10 France (European Cup)
In the 36 times that these two nations have clashed since 1935 Wales have never beaten the Chanticleers in France!
South Wales Echo
Wales RL - Ready For The Elite
BBC Sport 2
France: 1. Cyril Stacul / 2. Frédéric Vaccari / 3. Jean-Philippe Baile / 4. Teddy Sadaoui / 5. Quentin Nauroy / 6. Tony Gigot / 7. Nicolas Munoz / 8. Jamal Fakir / 9. Kane Bentley / 10. Rémi Casty / 11. Olivier Elima / 12. Mickaël Simon / 13. Jason Baitieri / 14. Sébastien Martins / 15. Mathieu Griffi / 16. Andrew Bentley / 17. Yohan Tisseyre
Wales: Mark Lennon (Cronulla Sharks), Chris Beasley, Ian Webster (both Central Queensland Comets), Ben Flower, Gareth Thomas, Gil Dudson, Jordan James, Elliot Kear, Lloyd White, Lee Williams (all Crusaders), Ross Divorty (Featherstone Rovers), Danny Jones (Keighley Cougars), Neil Budworth (Mackay Cutters), Andrew Gay, Aled James, Christiaan Roets (all South Wales Scorpions), Jacob Emmitt (St Helens), Lee Briers, Rhys Williams (both Warrington Wolves), Jordan Ross (York City Knights).
Online & Tickets
You can watch the match live online here, thanks to Direct 8.
You can buy tickets here for 15-20 Euros.
Any of our French/Welsh members going to the game???!
Edited by ShotgunGold, 22 October 2010 - 10:18 PM.