Wales’ 21-13 victory in Cardiff on Saturday has seen them leapfrog England in the latest World Rugby Rankings, landing on the third spot after beating England and securing a record 12th consecutive Test match win.
England drop to fourth, with New Zealand and Ireland unchanged in first and second place respectively.
France’s bonus-point win over Scotland in Paris moves them up two places in the rankings to eighth in the world, overtaking Argentina and Fiji.
Ireland's scrappy 26-16 win against Italy in Rome sees them maintain second spot after a hugely impressive 2018.
Scotland host Wales in the next round on 9 March, while Italy travel to Twickenham on the same day and Ireland are at home to France on 10 March.
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