WALES will look to get back to winning ways as they welcome France to the Principality Stadium.
The defending Six Nations champions fell to defeat in Dublin a fortnight ago and can longer repeat their Grand Slam heroics of last year.
But the Championship is still there for the taking - although overcoming Les Bleus will be no easy feat.
The French are on the road for the first time this year after beating both England and Italy in Paris and are dreaming of a first Six Nations title since 2010.
What time does Wales vs France kick off?
THE third game of the tournament for both these sides is set for Saturday, February 22.
Kick-off in Cardiff is at 4.45pm.
For viewers tuning in on the other side of the pond, that's 11.45am ET.
When France visited this stadium back in the 2018 Six Nations, they left with nothing after a dramatic 14-13 defeat.
The last meeting between the sides was in the World Cup in Japan where it was also close, with the Dragons shading a 20-19 scoreline.
What TV channel is Wales vs France on and can I live stream it?
YOU can catch this game - and every other Six Nations clash - live on free-to-air TV.
This match will be broadcast live on BBC ONE.
Coverage begins at 4pm.
If you want to stream or watch the match from the beginning, head to the BBC iPlayer.
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What is the team news?
FLY-HALF Dan Biggar is set to feature after proving his fitness since the Ireland defeat.
The Welsh star suffered a head injury in the Dublin defeat but looks set to be recovered in time for this home clash against the French.
But Owen Williams is out for the campaign with a hamstring injury, while Liam Williams is also missing.
The French have no new injury concerns as they look to win in Wales for the first time since 2010.
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication