The last time the two sides met, France missed a comfortable 38-21 winners in a fall Nations Cup warm-up last October. French electric scrum-half Antoine Dupont scored a brace that day.
Wales come into this match to try to win an unlikely Grand Slam and claim the title, while France still have a chance to win the tournament, but they have to win this match and their postponed match against Scotland.
When is France vs Wales?
Saturday March 20.
What time is the kick-off?
The match will start at 8 p.m. GMT.
What TV channel is it showing on – how can I watch it live?
BBC1 will broadcast this match live. Sport Telegraph will also bring you live coverage throughout the game.
Six Nations team news
The hosts have named an unchanged starting XV, although they saw their Grand Slam hopes slip away with a heartbreaking loss at Twickenham last time around.
However, Fabien Galthie made three changes on the bench with Uini Atonio, lock Swan Rebbadj and center Arthur Vincent returning for Damien Aldegheri, Cyril Caseaux and Cameron Woki respectively.
Matthieu Jalibert retains the fly-half jersey while the dangerous Virimi Vakatawa will be the main threat for French centers.