Wales play France in the Rugby World Cup 2019 quarter-finals at the Oita Stadium on Sunday afternoon (local time).
Both these teams came through the group stage with 100% records, with Wales winning all four of their games to top Pool D, while France won their opening three games in Pool C before Typhoon Hagibis saw the cancellation of the group decider against England and condemned them to second place.
The Welsh haven’t been totally convincing, particularly in their wins over Fiji and Australia. The fact remains that they are winning games though and that’s a good habit to have.
France are the most unpredictable team at the Rugby World Cup. On their day they can be unplayable, but on other occasions they can self-destruct. They are capable of doing both in the same game. They only narrowly saw off both Argentina and Tonga in the group stage, beating both teams 23-21.