Wales vs Ireland: Wayne Pivak changed his Wales start team to meet with Ireland, and Nick Tompkins forced him to start XV after his excellent performance against Italy against the bench.
George North starts the game in the middle this weekend, and he will move to one side to join seasoned three with Josh Adams and Lee Halfpenny Line up.
Tompkins will partner with Hadley Parks in the midfield.
Wayne Pivak, announcing his team, said: “We made only one change after winning last weekend.
“Nick stepped aside. I thought he played especially well last week, so he deserves a start. George, who played very well in the middle last weekend, and then left the side.
Rice Carré, Ryan Elias and Leon Brown performed on the bench, while Adam Beard and Ross Moriarty joined the forward team. The beard came to Corey Hill, who injured his leg earlier this week. Gareth Davis, Owen Williams and Johnny McNichall provided the back cover.
Ireland announced its own team name and made two mandatory changes to the team to meet with Wales at Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Saturday.
Gary Ringrose was excluded from injury in a 19-12 defeat in Scotland after thumb surgery, Robbie Henshaw began to center, and Peter O’Mahoney Restored in the back row, Kelan Doris was eliminated after a knee injury. An unexpected head punch happened just five minutes later during his test debut weekend.
Wales: Lee Huffpeni, George North, Nick Tompkins, Hadley Parks, Josh Adams, Dan Bigger, Tomos Williams, Vin Jones, Ken Owens, Dillon Lewis, Jack Bauer, Aaron Vin Jones (C), Aaron Wainwright, Justin Tiprick, Talup .
Substitutes: Ryan Elias, Reese Carré, Leon Brown, Adam Bird, Ross Moriarty, Gareth Davis, Owen Williams, Johnny Mack Nicole
Ireland: Jordan Larmour, Andrew Conway, Robbie Henshaw, Bundy Aki, Jacob Stockdale, Johnny Sexton (captain), Conor Murray, Sian Healy Rob Herring, Tadhg Farlong, Ian Henderson, James Ryan, Peter O’Mahoney, Josh Stan van der Flier.
Substitution: Ronan Kelleher, Dave Kilkoyn, Andrew Porter, Max Deegan, John Cooney Ross Byrne, Keith Earls.
Ireland is the favorite of narrow bookmakers in the Six Nations game against the Welsh home this weekend in Dublin. In view of the race last weekend they defeated Scotland in some lucky Aviva (Aviva), Ireland may be controversial.
The host won 19-12, thanks in part to Stuart Hogg’s nightmare. Scotland could claim the title of leader today. In contrast, Wales won 42–0 in what is considered weak Italy.
As a result, the Saturday game will be a more appropriate early test of the powers of both parties.
How to watch
ITV will broadcast the game, and its coverage will start from 12.15 pm and continue until 4.35 hours. After the game, the ITV player must be able to watch exciting scenes and complete the games.
The game will also be broadcast live on the W4 channel S4C in time to start the game.
The Welsh coach Wayne Pivack made the change, bringing Nick Tompkins to the center, moving George north towards Replaces Johnny McNickall.
Tomos Williams continued to fight during a break with his first successor Dan Biggar, and Gareth Davis and Irving Williams (When Owen Williams was eliminated, the central defender changed his place on the bench. Alan Vin Jones – captain.
For Ireland, head coach Andy Farrell was forced to make two changes to his Irish team after injuries to Harry Ringrose and Kelan Doris.As a result, Robbie Henshaw replaced Ringrose, and Peter O’Mahoney started in lateral defense in the blind after the first round of the competition. Then CJ Stander moved to No. 8.
In the entire history of the game, Ireland has won 11 of their last 20 Six Nations games against Wales and 6 of 10 home games.
In Cardiff’s last match in March 2019, Wales won the Grand Slam tournament 25-7. Ireland won only once in the last five years, while Wales won three times, while Dublin won in a draw 16-16 in 2016.
Both sides also met each other in the 2019 Rugby World Cup warm-up match last September with a 19-10 victory for Ireland.