Wales have made two changes to their front row for their Six Nations match against Italy in Rome on Saturday.
Wales' 23-16 win against Ireland has seen them climb above Australia to fifth in the World Rugby rankings.
The visitors scored two tries to win 29-0 in Rome.
England won 25-13 at Twickenham to stay in contention for the Six Nations title.
France bounced back from successive Six Nations defeats to beat Italy 29-0 in Rome on Sunday.
The hosts blew the Six Nations wide open with a 23-16 win in Cardiff.
England kept their Six Nations title hopes alive with a 25-13 win against Scotland at Twickenham on Saturday.
Wales ended Ireland's 10-match winning streak and Grand Slam hopes with a 23-16 victory in Cardiff on Saturday.
Wales will be looking to stop the Irish juggernaut when the two meet at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday, writes BRENTON CHELIN.
Jamie Heaslip's inclusion in the starting XV is the only change to the Ireland side for their Six Nations match against Wales on Saturday.