The Italy v Wales 2019 Six Nations match was a frustrating affair with countless unforced errors from both sides. There is no doubt that the Italian defence has improved out of sight from the 2018 tournament. Sadly, their attack has gone the other way. For Wales, a team sporting 18 game-on-game changes a real lack of game management will be a concern.
This said, Wales have now won 11 consecutive matches, which equals their record set in 1910. For Italy it is a polar opposite story. Italy have now lost 19 games in a row in the Six Nations, extending a record they created last week.
The 1014 Rugby review the match and explore the game management of both teams, how Italy have improved in defence, but their attack is now letting them down.
Italy v Wales 2019 Six Nations
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