Three changes to prepare Scotland

Three changes to prepare Scotland

While France’s XV has taken a break this week, Fabian Galthey has decided to make three changes to the group of 31 players who will be preparing for the match against Scotland on Sunday.

Fabian Galthi does not intend to rest on his laurels. While France’s XV won their first two matches in the 2021 6 Nations tournament, the French staff decided to make changes to the group of 31 players needed to prepare for the match against Scotland. Indeed, the players present during the win in Ireland get the benefit of a few days’ rest with the family, while the French Rugby Federation on Wednesday informed the group of 31 players who face Scotland on 21 February the lawn of the Stade de France I will do If the spine that started the competition remains present, Fabienne Galthi has decided to make three changes to the group held this Sunday at the National Rugby Center in Marcus. If the coach of France’s XV decides to keep the back rows unchanged, the changes focus on the front five.

Gros, Rebudj and Bumba back

Recovering from his injuries, Lyon Demba Bamba’s versatile column is back in blue as Toulon is the left column of Jean-Baptiste Gros, who was present against Italy but had to leave for a trip to Ireland. In the second line, Toelonis self is recovered from the Rebudge dental abscess which deprives him of the start of the tournament and finds the group. Options coming from the staff of France’s XV that push three players to the exit. Entering late in the match during the victory in Ireland, left column Hassan Kollinar left the group as did right column Dorian Aldegeri and second row Baptist Pacenti. These three players are “Released and made available to his club” Top 14. Variations in the wake of the next deadline which focus on the front lines but, with the upcoming returns of Romain Ntamack and Virami Vakatawa, may change positions regarding back lines for doubles against England and Wales country is.

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