Another side who will be under a new Head Coach at the 2020 Six Nations, Wales will be led by Wayne Pivac after Warren Gatland's 12-year dynasty. The Kiwi guided Wales to four Six-Nations titles (including three Grand Slams) and Pivac will have big boots to fill. 

 

The Welsh will fancy their chances at home against Scotland and Italy. A resurgent French side who they only narrolwy beat at the World Cup, will provide a tougher test at The Principality Stadium which is frequently cited as the number one rugby stadium in the world and is a favourite for travelling supporters. 

 

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Wales

    • Sat 1st February: vs Scotland at 14:15 
    • Sat 22nd February: vs France at 16:45 
    • Sat 14th March: vs Scotland at 14:15
  • The Principality Stadium, Westgate St, Cardiff CF10 1NS