Wales’ Gareth Anscombe defiant as Johnny Sexton talks up Ireland hopes

• ‘We feel we can take on anyone in world,’ says Wales No 10
• Sexton: ‘We’ve stopped winning runs before’

Wales may be armed with a record 13-match winning run when they face Ireland at the Principality Stadium on Saturday but Gareth Anscombe believes they must produce their best performance of the season if they are to mark Warren Gatland’s final competitive match at home with the Grand Slam.

Wales, who expect their full-back Liam Williams to recover from a shoulder injury, have not lost since the third round of last year’s Six Nations in Dublin, and the last time they were beaten in Cardiff was in November 2017 against the All Blacks.

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