|100%||Kick Percent Success||100%|
|37||Kicks From Hand||34|
|43% / 30%||Possession 1H/2H||57% / 70%|
|44% / 29%||Territory 1H/2H||56% / 71%|
|66 / 67 (98%)||Rucks Won||123 / 124 (99%)|
|3 / 4 (75%)||Mauls Won||3 / 4 (75%)|
|1||Total Free Kicks Conceded||0|
France's Six Nations match against Scotland in Paris will go ahead on Sunday as planned after the hosts reported no further positive COVID-19 tests for a second consecutive day, organisers said on Wednesday.
France's Six Nations game against Scotland this weekend hangs in wait following 10 positive coronavirus tests among players and staff, a decision is expected on Wednesday.
France's star scrum-half Antoine Dupont and four other first-team players who tested positive for COVID-19 are out of the squad for next Sunday's Six Nations match against Scotland.
French players Antoine Dupont, Gabin Villiere and Mohamed Haouas have all returned positive COVID-19 tests ahead of their Six Nations clash against Scotland.
Wales have called up prop WillGriff John after Dillon Lewis was ruled out for the remainder of the Six Nations campaign.
Ireland's Caelan Doris is unlikely to return for the remainder of the Six Nations after coach Andy Farrell said the Leinster back-rower would be out for the "foreseeable future" because of concussion symptoms.