For 24 hours only we want to know who you would pick to be the Wales fly-half in the upcoming Six Nations.

There are other condidates we could pick for this poll – Cardiff Blues playmaker Rhys Patchell is worth an honourable mention, despite being out with injury and some rate Bristol No 10 Matthew Morgan very highly – but with current form, league competed in and fitness status, we opted for these five choices.

So who would you like to see as Wales’ first receiver against England on Friday 6 February at the Millennium Stadium? The options are Dan Biggar of the Ospreys, Rhys Priestland of the Scarlets, James Hook of Gloucester, Owen Williams of Leicester Tigers or Gareth Anscombe of Cardiff Blues.

In November there was a chance to see Biggar and Priestland starting games, however the Scarlet was dropped and then recalled whilst Hook flitted in as cover. Perhaps others need more of a chance; Hook is your hero; Anscombe needs a taste of the big time despite a short period in Wales?

Whatever your view, here’s the chance for you to hang your hat on one of the stand-offs. But be quick… we will stop taking votes at 1pm on Tuesday 16 December!