France make two changes for Wales trip
February 10, 2014
France have called up Remi Tales and Alexandre Lapandry for the Six Nations match against Wales on February 21.
Castres fly-half Tales replaces Montpellier's Francois Trinh-Duc while Clermont Auvergne flanker Lapandry joins the squad with Geoffrey Palis missing out.
J-M Doussain (Toulouse), M Machenaud (Racing Metro), Js Plisson (Stade Francais), R Tales (Castres), Bastareaud (Toulon), G Fickou (Toulouse), W Fofana (Clermont), M Mermoz (Toulon), M Andreu (Racing Metro), Y Huget (Toulouse), M Medard (Toulouse), H Bonneval (Stade Francais), B Dulin (Castres)
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