A lot of international stars of the past, present and future will play domestically this weekend, with the Guinness Six resting for the second time in this tournament ahead of 4 and 5 rounds. Six Nations 2022 fans can buy Wales Vs France Tickets from our website.
Navidi returns to URC
Welsh winger Josh Navidi is back in the United Rugby Championship after the Cardiff star has been sidelined since October with a shoulder injury.
Navidi teams up behind closed doors with fellow international Ellis Jenkins. Who captained Wayne Pivac during the Autumn Nationals series and has been fired from the lineup for this game, heading into the blind spot for Ulster.
James Botham completes the back row of international experience. While Cardiff captain Josh Turnbull will play his 216th game, joining Ian Keatley as second on the all-time list.
Ulster will want to make sure Navidi’s return isn’t a win as Leinster’s biggest competitors look to secure a four-point gap in the overall standings.
Leo Cullen’s leaders take on the Italian side of Benetton as they look to extend their lead. Bring fullback Jimmy O’Brien back to the starting XV immediately after a weeklong clash with Ireland from Andy Farrell.
The Glasgow Warriors are targeting their sixth straight win as they head to the Scarlet on Saturday night.
The Warriors are just one point late Ulster is in third place, with Scottish centre Sam Johnson starting the first round of the Calcutta Cup with the win over England against Scarlets. Who welcomed Wales centre-back Gareth Davies and Rhys Patchell are back.
The bottom line is that Zebre is heading to Wales to face the Ospreys. Whose team includes former international hooker Scott Baldwin for his first Wales rugby match in three years.
Marler and Brown Reunite with Biggar return for Saints
Joe Marler has been sacked from Eddie Jones’ England squad for the Harlequins in England’s Gallagher Premiership and will join his former team. When the Newcastle Falcons arrive in Stoop tonight. Home and international teammate Mike Brown.
Former Red Rose scrum half-timer Danny Care is looking for his 101st club attempt after breaking Quins’ record. Becoming a centurion in last week’s win over the Worcester Warriors, their sixth at Sixways, the first time in years.
Scottish winger Duhan van der Merve will be playing for the Warriors this week as they travel to the capital to face the London Irish. Who are eighth behind former Irish backline Sean O’Brien.
George Ford, another released from England training camp, will start for the Leicester Tigers against Saracens. Elliot Daly to start the perimeter centre-forward against Wales’s fullback.
Scottish captain Stuart Hogg and Sam Skinner on the second row supported Exeter Chiefs to take on Sale Sharks on Sunday. While Sam Underhill put in a strong performance in Wales’ third round against England. He joined the back row for Bath rugby against the Bristol Bears.
Meanwhile, Pat Lam’s Bears have named Callum Sheedy in the number 10. Having previously replaced Wales in the Championship when he replaced captain Dan Biggar. He himself returns to domestic service when Northampton Saints travel to Kingsholm against Gloucester.