France change two for Ireland in Six Nations

France coach Philippe Saint-Andre has made two changes to the squad to face Ireland as they search for their first Six Nations victory of the 2013 Championship.


Perpignan lock Sebastien Vahaamahina, who has just one cap, could make his tournament debut after replacing Jocelino Suta.


Toulouse wing Maxime Medard comes in for Benjamin Fall.


A pre-tournament favorite, France has started with losses against Italy, Wales and England.


France could finish with the wooden spoon for the first time since 1957.


France:


Forwards: Vincent Debaty, Thomas Domingo, Benjamin Kayser, Dimitri Szarzewski, Luc Ducalcon, Nicolas Mas, Yoann Maestri, Christophe Samson, Sebastien Vahaamahina, Antoine Claassen, Thierry Dusautoir (captain), Yannick Nyanga, Louis Picamoles


Backs: Maxime Machenaud, Morgan Parra, Frederic Michalak, Francois Trinh-Duc, Mathieu Bastareaud, Vincent Clerc, Wesley Fofana, Florian Fritz, Yoann Huget, Maxime Medard.

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