WALES
No.Name
15Liam Williams, FB
T
14George North, W
T
13Jonathan Davies, C
T
12Jamie Roberts, C
T
11Hallam Amos, W
10Dan Biggar, FH
T
5
2
9Rhys Webb, SH
T
1Rob Evans, P
2Scott Baldwin, H
3Samson Lee, P
4Bradley Davies, L
5Luke Charteris, L
6Dan Lydiate, FL
7Justin Tipuric, FL
8Taulupe Faletau, N8
Replacements
16Ken Owens, R
17Gethin Jenkins, R
18Aaron Jarvis, R
19Jake Ball, R
20Ross Moriarty, R
T
2
21Gareth Davies, R
T
22Rhys Priestland, R
3
23Gareth Anscombe, R

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: Principality Stadium
10:30 AM, March 19, 2016
Capacity: 74,500
2337dPA Sport

Wales run woeful Italy ragged

Wales secured runners-up spot in this season's RBS 6 Nations Championship after running riot against outclassed visitors Italy

Match Commentary

82'ESPN's Martyn Thomas has this view from the Millennium Stadium:

Wales arrived at the Millennium Stadium intent on treating the wounds of last week's Twickenham horror show, and in Italy they found a willing sparring partner. Shorn of several keys players, the Azzurri had no answer to their hosts, who swarmed over them from the off, Rhys Webb notching the game's first try in less than five minutes. If Wales were a tad wasteful in the opening 40 minutes, they were ruthless after half-time to rack up nine tries. Italy, who have now conceded 18 tries in their last two Six Nations matches, rallied only once Wales had put the game to bed. A hapless afternoon summed up in the last 10 minutes as David Odiete streaked away to notch an interception try, only to see play called back. From the resulting play, Ross Moriarty burrowed over for his second score. Wales -- bar Justin Tipuric's head knock -- bow out on a high, Jacques Brunel on the most chastening of defeats.

81'+165-14 Try - Gareth Davies , Wales
81'+267-14 End of second half

Match Stats

WALES
Possession
ITALY
63%
37%
Territory
63%
37%
WALES
ITALY
169Runs108
702Meters Run265
21Clean Breaks5
107Tackles159
11Missed Tackles21
8Turnover Knock On5

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