Wales and South Africa meet in the Rugby World Cup semi-final in Yokohama on Sunday.
Warren Gatland says that Wales have done “due diligence” and “covered all the bases” in terms of fly-half Dan Biggar’s recovery from concussion.
Centre Jonathan Davies and fly-half Dan Biggar have been named in the Wales starting line-up for Sunday’s Rugby World Cup quarter-final against France.
Stephen Jones says that Wales’ 2011 World Cup semi-final defeat against France will produce “great fuel” for Sunday’s showdown in Oita.
Wales are hopeful that fly-half Dan Biggar and centre Jonathan Davies will be fit for a likely World Cup quarter-final against France.
Warren Gatland believes it will be “a big psychological boost” if Wales finish top of their World Cup group.
Dan Biggar is on course to be fit and available for Wales’ next World Cup game against Fiji.
Rhys Patchell has described fellow Wales fly-half Dan Biggar as “an unbelievable competitor” after they combined to help sink World Cup rivals Australia.
Wales boss Warren Gatland hailed his players’ composure and fitness after they moved towards the World Cup quarter-finals with a memorable victory over Australia.
Wales star Dan Biggar has spoken of his “huge disappointment” over the Rob Howley affair that has rocked Wales’ World Cup camp.
The Welsh rugby goldfish bowl is like water off a duck’s back to Dan Biggar as he prepares for an impending World Cup challenge in Japan.
Wales went top of rugby union’s world rankings for the first time after beating England 13-6 in Cardiff.