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Six Nations: Beirne gets first start, O'Brien recalled for Wales clash

16 March 2019, 05:45 | Henrietta Morgan

‘What the hell is Eddie Jones doing?’ Wales coach Warren Gatland hits back at England

Munster player to make Six Nations debut for Ireland against Wales

FIVE Munster players have been included in Ireland's starting line-up to face Wales in Saturday's final Guinness Six Nations fixture at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, 2.45pm.

The England coach suggested Wales are running out of steam as they prepare to face an in-form Ireland side with "a lot to prove".

"We've got to put him under pressure, but in saying that Ireland have world-class players all over the place and they can keep the ball for long phases".

The Conor Murray and Johnny Sexton half-back partnership remains intact, while Bundee Aki and Garry Ringrose line out in the centre.

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"They're working well together". They are right wing Keith Earls, scrum-half Conor Murray, flanker Peter O'Mahony and No.8 CJ Stander. But they look like they've got their mojo back.

Gatland hit back by pointing out that it's actually England who have made most tackles in the tournament - 793 compared to Wales' 660.

Warren Gatland and Wales will seek to clinch a first Grand Slam since 2012 when they take to the pitch in Cardiff on Saturday, and know victory will clinch the title before England even play against Scotland at 5pm.

'What the hell is Eddie Jones doing talking about our game?' laughed Gatland. If it was me I'd be concentrating on playing Scotland. "My advice to Eddie is to concentrate on the Scotland match".

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It would also leave them in great shape six months before their World Cup challenge in Japan.

Beirne made his global debut during last summer's tour of Australia and has won four caps to date.

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