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Here are five bets Guy Giles thinks you should consider for Wales v France, which kicks off at 16:45 on Saturday.
Wales have won eight of their last 10 matches against France in all competitions, including a come-from-behind victory in the 2019 World Cup quarter-finals in October.
They have beaten France by at least five points in three of their last four meetings at the Millennium Stadium.
Winning margin: Wales 1-12
Wales have beaten France by more than 12 points in just one of those eight wins since the 2012 Six Nations.
This is likely to be a tight match on Saturday, with both of these teams potential tournament winners.
Highest scoring half: 2nd
There have been more points scored in the second half in four of the last five meetings between these sides in the Six Nations.
First tryscorer: Josh Adams
Adams scored a hat-trick in Wales’ opening win over Italy, including the opening try, to take his international tally to 14 tries from 23 matches.
If you successfully back him to score first on Saturday and he goes on to score again, Betway will double your winnings in cash.
Anytime tryscorer: Teddy Thomas
Thomas blanked against England but opened his 2020 Six Nations account against Italy in the last round of fixtures.
The winger has scored 11 tries in 18 international appearances, including four in seven in this tournament.
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