Six Nations: Scotland v France: two changes for Les Bleus

Cameron Woki and Louis Bielle-Biarrey come into starting XV

Cameron Woki will start in the second-row for France in Saturday's Six Nations clash against Scotland at Murrayfield. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk
Cameron Woki will start in the second-row for France in Saturday's Six Nations clash against Scotland at Murrayfield. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk

CAMERON WOKI has been promoted from the bench to start in the second-row for France in place of the the suspended Paul Willemse, while Louis Bielle-Biarrey replaces Yoram Moefana on the left wing.

Otherwise, head coach Fabien Galthie has stuck with the starting XV from last weekend’s 38-17 demolition by Ireland in Marseilles.

Alexandre Roumat – son of ex-France international Olivier – set to make his debut from the bench, with Galthie opting for a 6-2 split once again.

France (versus Scotland at Murrayfield Stadium, Saturday, 2.15pm):: T Ramos; D Penaud, G Fickou, J Danty, L Bielle-Biarrey; M Jalibert, M Lucu; C Baille, P Mauvaka, U Antonio, C Woki, P Gabrillagues, F Cros, C Ollivon, G Alldritt. Substitutes: J Marchand, S Taofifenua, D Aldegheri, P Tuilagi, A Roumat, P Boudehent, N Le Garrec, Y Moefana.

 


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