Wales coach Wayne Pivac has engulfed the Welsh defence with attacking players to ensure his side calm down against Italy as they target for a front running at the Guinness Six Nations in 2022. Alun Wyn Jones returned to the second row for his 150th cap and Captain Dan Biggar restored his century of calm. Six Nations 2022 fans can buy Wales Vs Italy Tickets from our website.

Wayne Pivac discloses match plan of attack against Italy
Wayne Pivac discloses match plan of attack against Italy

Wales suffered a 13-9 home defeat to France in the fourth round. Last year’s winners face the Azzurri at the Principality Stadium in their first game on Super Saturday with New Zealander Pivac making seven substitutions.

But there were many changes in and around the captaincy, with scrum rest Gareth Davies. Full-back Johnny McNicholl, centre Uilisi Halaholo and winger Louis Rees-Zammit are all in base roles.

Wales coach Wayne Pivac said: “We want to bout. We want to make scoring chances, as we did with France, four or five times. When we experienced that during the assessment process.

“We are not medical sufficient. So, we want to continue the melody of creating opportunities. But we want to confirm we make the right conclusions and finish the team when we grow into that place.

“Johnny McNicholl was great as a fullback in the fall certainly the players upcoming are aggressive players and they deserve a chance.

“So it didn’t go the way he wanted. Willis Halaholo had an unlucky Covid case, works hard behind the scenes and a constrain injury in this championship but he is very enduring and we think he merits it. An opportunity so we wanted more know about Willis wearing the basic jersey.”

Centre Nick Tompkins is recovering from a decision but has to find a mess on the seat, with a spot on the bench for Bristol Bears No. 10 Callum Sheedy.

“We want to stretch Willis a chance, so the Nick will come into play at some point and we’ll see how Owen [Watkin] and Willis manage where the Nick finishes up,” Pivac said.

Alun Wyn Jones returned to the second row for his 150th cap
Alun Wyn Jones returned to the second row for his 150th cap

A win with bonus points would give Wales a good opportunity of jumping from fifth to third in the championship, and Pivac said he was confident his wider team would get the job done as he was also upfront. Some things are mixed.

He said: “We would like to surface third. That would be a good technique to finish. We have good work to do on Saturday and then we will sit back and see how the rest of the results turn out.

“Exactly there is a good chance to do that and we will definitely try to do our part by winning at home.”

Dewi Lake made his first twitch in the Whore for Wales. While Dillion Lewis also moved to the front row on the tight side for Tomas Francis.

Will Rowlands impresses in the engine room during Jones’ absence, Jones recovering from shoulder surgery. His coach maintains the lockdown will remain, although missing a basic jersey this time, is much appreciated.

“Of course, I told him he was not waived,” Pivac clarified.

“He played a different part this week. We talked about three characters – either starting the game. Ending the game and addition impression, or the third role. Which nobody really wants, where you make the team, do everything you can to Results.

“In this situation, he will finish, not start, and he realizes that. It’s one of those effects we watch with Will and Adam Beard. “

“Adam is in charge of our attacking lineup and Will is in charge of the defensive lineup. Alun Wyn Jones will conquest and we’ll see how we tackle Will in the second half.” is the best website for all sports and Six Nations 2022 Tickets. The Rugby fans can buy Six Nations Tickets from our website at exclusively discountable prices.