Burly France centre Mathieu Bastareaud brushes off Wales' Gethin Jenkins in their Six Nations match in Paris. Wales won 20-13. Photo: AFPBurly France centre Mathieu Bastareaud brushes off Wales' Gethin Jenkins in their Six Nations match in Paris. Wales won 20-13. Photo: AFP
Burly France centre Mathieu Bastareaud brushes off Wales' Gethin Jenkins in their Six Nations match in Paris. Wales won 20-13. Photo: AFP

Gatland wary of dogfight in looming clash against Ireland

Wales coach says they are still in the Six Nations title race but have to spin the ball rather than be drawn into a grinding battle of the forwards

Topic |   Six Nations Championship 2015
Burly France centre Mathieu Bastareaud brushes off Wales' Gethin Jenkins in their Six Nations match in Paris. Wales won 20-13. Photo: AFPBurly France centre Mathieu Bastareaud brushes off Wales' Gethin Jenkins in their Six Nations match in Paris. Wales won 20-13. Photo: AFP
Burly France centre Mathieu Bastareaud brushes off Wales' Gethin Jenkins in their Six Nations match in Paris. Wales won 20-13. Photo: AFP
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