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It's been a somewhat disappointing tournament for Wayne Pivac's Wales side, but the defending Six Nations champs can end their reign on a high this afternoon as they face wooden spoon winners Italy at the Principality Stadium. Read on for your full guide to getting a Wales vs Italy live stream and watch the Six Nations from anywhere.
A bonus-point victory for Wales over the Azzurri on home turf could see the Dragons claim a third-place finish. The match should see a major milestone for Dan Biggar, with the fly-half set to win his 100th Wales cap, while Alun Wyn Jones is poised to collect cap number 150 at lock. The Italians will meanwhile be once again going in search of that elusive first Six Nations win in seven years.