Having finished top of Pool D after beating Georgia, Australia and Uruguay, Wales could quite rightly say that things are going to plan so far in Japan. Who will book their place in the semi-finals? Watch all the action as it happens with our Wales vs France live stream guide.
While it’s fair to say that some of those results have flattered Wales somewhat, its often a mark of a title winning side when they’re able to win matches without being remarkable.
A real test of their 2019 Rugby World Cup winning credentials should come on Sunday. They’ll be up against a French side that had to settle for second place in Pool C following the cancellation of their group-deciding match against England, despite beating Argentina, Tonga, and the USA.
Live stream Wales vs France – where and when
This quarter-final clash takes place at the 40,000 capacity Showa Denko Dome Oita in the city of Ōita on Sunday, October 20.
The game kicks off at 4.15pm JST local time – that’s an 8.15am start for Wales fans and folks tuning in from the UK,…