Wales and Ireland opened their Six Nations campaigns with a tense 16-16 draw at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday.
CJ Stander insists Ireland can win a third-consecutive RBS 6 Nations title after drawing 16-16 with Wales in Dublin.
A look back on the thrilling 16-16 draw between Ireland and Wales at the Aviva Stadium.
Wales full-back Gareth Anscombe ruled out of Sunday's Six Nations opener against Ireland due to tight hamstring.
Ireland will pressurise Wales loosehead Rob Evans to see if his scrummaging discipline "turns the other way", says Greg Feek.
Wales' centre Jonathan Davies could be in for one giant of a battle if Ireland opt to pair Robbie Henshaw and Stuart McCloskey in midfield.
CJ Stander will make his Ireland debut against Wales but Sean O'Brien and Rob Kearney are ruled out due to injury.
Jamie Weir attended the Six Nations launch and asked all six captains for their player to watch in this year's championship.
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