A dramatic Six Nations championship reached a fitting conclusion on Friday, with Wales celebrating in a record-breaking year.
France failed to end their 11-year wait for a Six Nations title after a 27-23 loss to Scotland, leaving Gael Fickou disappointed.
Wales were able to celebrate winning the Six Nations after Scotland claimed a historic and dramatic victory over France in Paris.
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend says his side must continue to grow after they claimed a first Six Nations win in Paris.
Fly-half Romain Ntamack has been named in France's XV as they look to land the Six Nations title against Scotland in Paris.
Eddie Jones will be given time to provide his assessment of the Six Nations as England consider possible changes before the 2023 World Cup.
France were hindered by Paul Willemse's red against Wales, an incident Fabien Galthie discussed at length after a dramatic Six Nations win.
It seemed Wales were certain to win a Six Nations Grand Slam, but France – and Brice Dulin in particular – had other ideas.
France beat Wales 32-30 through a last-gasp Brice Dulin try on Saturday to ensure that the Six Nations will go down to the final game.
France scored two late tries to deny Wales the Grand Slam and keep their hopes of winning the Six Nations alive in Paris.