France Six Nations 2020 squad announced by coach Fabien Galthie

France coach Fabien Galthie unveils the squad for the Six Nations 2020 and from them 19 players are uncapped.

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Experience player Yoann Huget, Maxime Medard and Camille Lopez are left out from the line up while Powerful wing alivereti Raka omitted from the France team for the 6s Nations 2020 list.

In the squad total nineteen uncapped players from the 42 list including fly-half Louis Carbonel and flanker Cameron Woki.

The 26-year-old flanker’s first match as captain as France starting the journey for the 2020 Six nations against England at the Stade de France which to be played on 2 February.

“We want to give these players the desire to become a great rugby nation again,” said Galthie.

“We needed strong players on board with our project, and Charles has the capacity to assume the skipper’s responsibilities.”

France Six Nations squad

Forwards:

Dorian Aldegheri (Toulouse), Cyril Baille (Toulouse), Demba Bamba (Lyon), Camille Chat (Racing 92), Anthony Etrillard (Toulon), Jean-Baptiste Gros (Toulon), Mohamed Haouas (Montpellier), Julien Marchand (Toulouse), Jefferson Poirot (Bordeaux-Begles), Cyril Cazeaux (Bordeaux-Begles), Killian Geraci (Lyon), Bernard Le Roux (Racing 92), Boris Palu (Racing 92), Romain Taofifenua (Toulon), Paul Willemse (Montpellier), Gregory Alldritt (La Rochelle), Charles Ollivon (Toulon), Dylan Cretin (Lyon), Francois Cros (Toulouse), Alexandre Fischer (Clermont), Sekou Macalou (Stade Francais), Selevasio Tolofua (Toulouse), Cameron Woki (Bordeaux-Begles)

Backs:

Antoine Dupont (Toulouse), Baptiste Serin (Toulon), Maxime Lucu (Bordeaux-Begles), Romain Ntamack (Toulouse), Louis Carbonel (Toulouse), Mathieu Jalibert (Bordeaux-Begles), Gael Fickou (Stade Francais), Virimi Vakatawa (Racing 92), Arthur Vincent (Montpellier), Julien Heriteau (Toulon), Gervais Cordin (Toulon), Lester Etien (Stade Francais), Gabriel Ngandebe (Montpellier), Damian Penaud (Clermont), Vincent Rattez (La Rochelle), Teddy Thomas (Racing 92), Anthony Bouthier (Montpellier), Kylian Hamdaoui (Stade Francais), Thomas Ramos (Toulouse)

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