Wales piled pressure on England and Ireland with a 61-20 win over Italy in Rome, meaning England have to beat France by 16 points, while Ireland would have to win by 21 points against Scotland at Murrayfield to have any chance of winning the Six Nations.
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Wales got off to a nervy start, failing to deal with a spirited Italy performance, to go in at half time winning by just the one point at 14-13.
Coming out after the break, the Welsh excelled and raced into 42-13 lead inside the first 20 minutes, including a phenomenal George North hat-trick.
Before the end of the game, Wales scored two more tries to extend their points difference at the top of the Six Nations table to cap off a truly unbelievable second half showing.
Not to be outdone, Italy managed a try to end the game, much to England and Ireland’s delight as it could yet prove vital.