The Wales Under 20 side to face Ireland in the fifth place semi-final today (Monday, 7.30pm local time, Viadana) contains two changes and two positional from the side that beat Japan 66-3 on Wednesday - with Cardiff Blues hooker Liam Belcher called in to start.
Cardiff Blues winger Ellis-Wyn Benham grabbed a brace of tries as Wales Under-20s stormed to a comprehensive 66-3 win over Japan in their final pool game at the World Rugby U20 Championship in Viadana.
Cardiff Blues duo Seb Davies and Ellis-Wyn Benham are called into the starting line-up as the Wales Under 20 coaching team make three changes and one positional to the side for their final World Rugby U20 Championship Pool match against Japan tomorrow (Wednesday, 5.30 UK time, Viadana).
Cardiff Blues will provide 11 players for Welsh Schools Under-16s when they tackle England in their only international of the season on Sunday at Caerphilly Centre of Sporting Excellence, Ystrad Mynach (kick-off 2.30pm).
Wales Under-18 play their opening match of the FIRA-AER Under 18 tournament against Italy on Friday (5pm, Graulhet, France) determined to continue the attacking approach that saw the side push France close and beat England in recent weeks.
Cardiff Blues starlet Jarrod Evans admits he can't wait to strut his stuff against the very best English rugby has to offer - should his side make it past the group stages of the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series.
Can't get tickets for the Rugby World Cup? Well now you won't have to miss a second of the action alongside passionate fans as we are running two special events so you can watch the big games with Cardiff Blues and in the company of some Welsh rugby legends!