Caroline Boujard is set to make her first appearance of the 2022 TikTok Women’s Six Nations after being named on the wing for France’s trip to Wales.

The winger scored a hat-trick in the first half of last season’s clash with Wales and is one of six new faces in the starting XV for Les Bleues, who currently sit second in the table.

France have won all three matches so far and have 15 points, level with England but trailing the defending champions on points difference.

The majority of changes come in the back line, with Chloé Jacquet shifting from the centres to full-back, as the familiar pairing of Gabrielle Vernier and Maëlle Filopon are reunited.

Marine Ménager has shifted to the wing as well, but the half-back duo of Laure Sansus and Jessy Trémoulière start once again.

There are three changes in the pack as Romane Ménager comes in at No.8, while Clara Joyeux starts at tighthead prop and Agathe Sochat returns at hooker after the birth of her first child a fortnight ago.

Head of the France women’s team, Thomas Darracq, is looking for another step-up in performance from the team as they look to get the better of a Wales side who have won two of their first three matches.

He said: “It is important for us to negotiate this penultimate match of the Championship. After a few days off, we have been able to work on some sectors we are aiming to improve and also build on things that have worked in the first three games.

“Another away trip should give us the chance to keep developing our control of the game and ability to perform for 80 minutes.”

This year’s TikTok Women’s Six Nations stands to be the most accessible in the Championship’s history.

Spanning 136 countries, and available on terrestrial and streaming platforms, the Women’s Championship has never had such comprehensive broadcast coverage.

Not to mention Title Partner TikTok reaching fans via its entertainment platform with exclusive W6N content.

In what is a huge year of Women’s rugby, the TikTok Women’s Six Nations, which once again has its own window in the international rugby calendar, is set up reach more fans than ever before.

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