Even if they are not really confident, aware that the Blues do not go to Japan's favorites, the great players in the history of the XV of France hope to see the Blues shine.
The captain of the selection between 2009 and 2015, Thierry Dusautoir including: "It's a fantastic moment to live, you have to leave aside those four years that were difficult to play, to focus on this first match, which is a final before the hour. "
Fabien Pelous was also captain, from 2003 to 2007, and he warns, the Blues can do it, but they will have to be supported: "It is necessary just to be behind our team of France, to support it thoroughly, because the difference between a team that wins and a team that loses, it is sometimes on small things ... And if each player feels that there is fervor when he calls in France to take news, well that can make the difference ... Let's be all behind our team of France, let's support it thoroughly! "
For Serge Blanco, the French "are unique"
To go to the end and win this Japanese world, however, it would take a miracle, that all planets line up, and the legend Serge Blanco, test record holder (38) under the blue tunic, is well aware: "The French are always unique in everything they know how to do, both in victory and in defeat ... "
Verdict November 2, 2019 with the final at the Yokohama stadium to see if the XV de France created the feat or not.