Wales will face-off against Italy in Stadio Olimpico for the latest Six Nations fixture
Wales' Six Nations outing against Italy kicks off this afternoon.
Italy have won three of their last five Test matches, but the side has not been victorious in Stadio Olimpico since beating Ireland back in 2013.
Meanwhile, Wales have won 10 successive Tests against Italy. The Welsh side has topped 60 points in each of the last two outings.
Italy coach Conor O'Shea has made five changes, with Edoardo Gori set to come in at scrum-half.
O'Shea has also made four changes in the pack, including a start for Maxime M'Banda.
Similarly there have been five changes to the Wales team – three enforced by injury.
Forwards Nicky Smith, Sam Warburton, Jake Ball and Samson Lee will all make a return this afternoon, with Rhys Webb at scrum-half.
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Alun Wyn Jones has been tasked with leading the Welsh side in Stadio Olimpico.
The 31-year-old previously performed the role in 2009, before later taking charge of their tour to South Africa in 2014.
"In a way the captaincy is just a label, but I'm ready and able to make decisions as captain when needed," Jones said.
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"But if we can grow more leaders in the team, we can get to the point where we're making similar decisions without having to consult with each other.
"So, it would be a case of job done, let's move on to the next challenge as a group and as a team.
"I don't want followers: followers are for Twitter. Also, if I'm not playing well I'll still be available to be deselected. If that wasn't the case I wouldn't have accepted the captaincy."
There are a number of ways to follow the game this afternoon, so if you’re away from a television and want to keep track of the score, here is Express.co.uk’s guide to make sure you don’t miss a minute.
How To Watch Wales Vs Italy
ITV1 is showing this afternoon's match between Wales and Italy, with coverage beginning at 1pm and kick-off scheduled for 2pm.
You can tune in on your TV – channel 3 on Freeview, 103 on Sky and Sky HD, 103 on Virgin Media, 3 on TalkTalkTV, 103 on FreeSat – or via the ITV website.
ITV's coverage of the match will be available on TV, mobile applications, and set-top boxes
Users can also tune in via Amazon Fire TV, YouView, BT Vision, Sky HD, Sky Q, Samsung TV, NOW TV, Freeview Play and Virgin Media.
It's worth noting that you'll need a valid TV Licence if you watch or record live programmes as it is a criminal offence in the UK to watch live television without a TV licence.