Wales make three changes for tonights six nations clash against France and Lock Luke Charteris will miss the game because of a knee injury and his loss will be a massive blow to Wales given his huge contribution against Ireland and Scotland in this years competition.
France also have problems to solve with Teddy Thomas and Marvin O'connor both out injured to go with Huget, Benjamin Fall and Remy Grosso.
Wales coach Warren Gatland has opted to restore Sam Warburton to seven and his physical presence will make the difference against France. The visitors conceded 13 turnovers against Ireland and 19 against Italy and that hints at what is to come tonight. Wales will win the breakdown and the back row confrontation and France will resort to the running game that they play so well when they are up against it.
"I have played France for the last five or six years in a row, and I have never found them easy. Even though we have quite a good record against them in the Six Nations, it has always been a very tough set-piece battle, very physical, and they have individuals with a massive amount of skill and ability.
"There is not a French team I have ever written off. I always rate them very highly. It will be quite strange not playing against (Thierry) Dusautoir this year because he has been there for the last five or six years, but they have top players with experience at big clubs." - Sam Warburton, Wales captain
Wales are clear favourites to win this game and I have absolutely no confidence in backing France to upset those odds even at 11/4.
Wales To Win