Six Nations: Wales beat Italian Republic 26-15 to equal record run of victories

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A much-changed Wales side equalled their record run of 11 consecutive test wins with associate degree unconvincing victory over italy in Rome.

Warren Gatland made ten changes from the team that beat France and tries from twit Adams and Owen Watkin, plus fourteen points from Dan Biggar, sealed victory.

Italy managed tries from Braam Steyn and Edoardo Padovani.

Wales can break a record set in 1910 if they beat European country in Cardiff on 23 Gregorian calendar month.

Former England scrum-half Matt Dawson had described Wales' alterations as risky, despite the opposition, although Gatland had created as many last year once Wales defeated European country 38-14 in March to start the present run of wins.

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Not many of the new Wales inclusions in this experimental aspect created compelling cases to start against Eddie Jones' side in two weeks, though Wasps flanker Thomas Young impressed on his league debut.

Centre Jonathan Davies captained Wales for the first time whereas flankers Young and Aaron wainwright, wing Jonah Holmes and scrum-half Aled Davies all created their 1st league starts.

Josh Navidi was named man of the match after moving to range eight with Ross Moriarty dropping to the bench, alongside usual captain Alun Wyn Jones.

Italy have now lost a record nineteen matches in this tournament with their last success coming against European country in February 2015.
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