Fabien Galthie has named his 31-man squad for the England match

France Six Nations Squad 2021

Fabien Galthie has named his 31-man France squad for their final three Six Nations matches, against England, Wales and Scotland.

Wing Gabin Villiere has been ruled out for the remainder of the championship with a hand injury but Virimi Vakatawa and Romain Ntamack are back in the squad after recovering from injuries that saw them miss the opening two games.

Plus, the likes of Charles Ollivon and Antoine Dupont, who tested positive for Covid-19 in the lead-up to the Scotland match that was subsequently postponed, have returned to the squad.

France team to play Ireland – Sunday 14 February

Brice Dulin; Damian Penaud, Arthur Vincent, Gael Fickou, Gabin Villiere; Matthieu Jalibert, Antoine Dupont; Cyril Baille, Julien Marchand, Mohamed Haouas, Bernard Le Roux, Paul Willemse, Anthony Jelonch, Gregory Alldritt, Charles Ollivon.

Replacements: Pierre Bourgarit, Hassane Kolingar, Uini Atonio, Romain Taofifenua, Dylan Cretin, Baptiste Serin, Anthony Bouthier, Teddy Thomas

France team to play Italy – Saturday 6 February

Brice Dulin; Teddy Thomas, Arthur Vincent, Gael Fickou, Gabin Villiere; Matthieu Jalibert, Antoine Dupont; Cyril Baille, Julien Marchand, Mohamed Haouas, Bernard Le Roux, Paul Willemse, Dylan Cretin, Gregory Alldritt, Charles Ollivon.

Replacements: Pierre Bourgarit, Jean-Baptiste Gros, Dorian Aldegheri, Romain Taofifenua, Anthony Jelonch, Baptiste Serin, Louis Carbonel, Damian Penaud.

France Six Nations squad 2021


(DoB/Club/Position/Test debut/caps)

Dorian Aldegheri (4 Aug 1993/Toulouse/Prop/2019 v England/7)
Gregory Alldritt (23 March 1997/La Rochelle/Back-row/2019 v Wales/20)
Cyril Baille (15 Sep 1993/Toulouse/Prop/2016 v Samoa/25)
Pierre Bourgarit (12 Sep 1997/La Rochelle/Hooker/2018 v New Zealand/5)
Cyril Cazeaux (10 Feb 1995/Bordeaux Bègles/Lock/2020 v Italy/1)
Camille Chat (18 Dec 1995/Racing 92/Hooker/2016 v Ireland/30)
Dylan Cretin (4 Mar 1997/Lyon/Back-row/2020 v Wales/7)
Jean-Baptiste Gros (29 May 1999/Toulon/Prop/2020 v Wales/6)
Mohamed Haouas (9 Mar 1994/Montpellier/2020 v England/9)
Wilfrid Hounkpatin (29 Jul 1991/Castres/Prop/uncapped)
Anthony Jelonch (28 Jul 1996/Castres/Back-row/2017 v New Zealand/6)
Bernard Le Roux (4 Jun 1989/Racing 92/Back-row/2013 v New Zealand/46)
Julien Marchand (10 May 1995/Toulouse/Hooker/2018 v Fiji/11)
Charles Ollivon (11 May 1993/Toulon/Back-row/2014 v Fiji/20)
Romain Taofifenua (13 Sep 1990/Toulon/Lock/2012 v Argentina/22)
Paul Willemse (13 Nov 1993/Montpellier/Lock/2019 v Wales/14)
Cameron Woki (7 November 1998/Bordeaux Bègles/Back-row/2020 v England/4)

Anthony Bouthier (19 Jun 1992/Montpellier/Full-back/2020 v England/6)
Baptiste Couilloud (22 Jul 1997/Lyon/Scrum-half/2018 v Italy/5)
Jonathan Danty (7 Oct 1992/Stade Francias/Centre/2016 v Italy/6)
Brice Dulin (13 Apr 1990/La Rochelle/Full-back/2012 v Argentina/33)
Antoine Dupont (15 Nov 1996/Toulouse/Scrum-half/2017 v Italy/29)
Gael Fickou (26 Mar 1994/Stade Francias/Centre/2013 v Scotland/60)
Matthieu Jalibert (6 Nov 1998/Bordeaux Bègles/Fly-half/2018 v Ireland/10)
Yoram Moefana (18 Jul 2000/Bordeaux Bègles/Centre/2020 v Italy/2)
Romain Ntamack (1 May 1999/Toulouse/Fly-half/2019 v Wales/18)
Damian Penaud (25 Sep 1996/Clermont/Wing/2017 v South Africa/19)
Baptiste Serin (20 Jun 1994/Toulon/Scrum-half/2016 v Argentina/40)
Donovan Taofifenua (30 Mar 1999/Racing 92/Wing/Uncapped)
Teddy Thomas (18 Sep 1993/Racing 92/Wing/2014 v Fiji/24)
Virimi Vakatawa (1 May 1992/Racing 92/Centre/2016 v Italy/27)


Home turf: France play their home matches at Stade de France (Getty Images)

France Six Nations Fixtures 2021

(All kick-off times are GMT)

Sat 6 February, Italy 10-50 France Dupont dazzles as France crush Italy in Six Nations opener
Sun 14 February, Ireland 13-15 France France win in Dublin for first time since 2011
Sun 28 February, France v Scotland POSTPONED due to Covid cases in French camp
Sat 13 March, England v France, Twickenham, 4:45pm
Sat 20 March, France v Wales, Stade de France, 8pm

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