1. Andrea Lo Cicero Vaina
2. Leonardo Ghiraldini
3. Martin Castrogiovanni
4. Antonio Pavanello
5. Francesco Minto
6. Alessandro Zanni
7. Simone Favaro
8. Manoa Vosawai
9. Edoardo Gori
10. Kris Burton
11. Luke McLean
12. Gonzalo Canale
13. Tommaso Benvenuti
14. Giovanbattista Venditti
15. Andrea Masi

16. Davide Giazzon
17. Alberto de Marchi
18. Lorenzo Cittadini
19. Quintin Geldenhuys
20. Paul Derbyshire
21. Tobias Botes
22. Luciano Orquera
23. Gonzalo Garcia

9 - 26
Blow by Blow
80 And that is that from the Stadio Olimpico. Full credit to Wales who make it two wins from three in the Six Nations following their disappointing start at home to Ireland. Italy need to regroup and quickly.
79 Halfpenny is named man-of-the-match in Rome but we also feel a mention for the Welsh pack is needed.
78 This will be Wales' seventeenth win in twenty games against Italy. Next up is Le Crunch of course.
76 That's all of the Welsh bench on the field now for the closing minutes while poor Orquera is the lone figure on the Italian pine. What a boost for Wales this is, having won back-to-back wins on the road.
73 It just hasn't happened for the Azzurri today as the usually reliable Zanni spills one on halfway.
72 Italy know this game is beyond them and thus ring the changes as all but two of their bench is now on. It's the same story for Wales too, who are defending stoutly on halfway, forcing Botes to kick high.
69 Credit must go to Ryan Jones once again for his leadership as his pack go through the phases up to the Italian 22. Can they get up to the 30-point mark here? It looks promising as Castro waits to return.
69 Speaking of Jones, he is now being replaced by Warburton after a job well done. Welsh throw 20 out.
66 Italy are on the Welsh 22 but their frustrating afternoon continues as an error leads to replacement Lloyd Williams putting in. Wales will look to clear from here, which they do through centre Roberts.
64 So are we looking at a potential Championship decider between Wales and England on the final day? We shouldn't get too far ahead of ourselves but it could happen. What a match that would be in Cardiff.

Match Stats
0 Tries 2
0 Conversions 2
3 Penalties 4
0 Drop Goals 0
0 Red Cards 0
1 Yellow Cards 0

1. Gethin Jenkins
2. Richard Hibbard
3. Adam Jones
4. Andrew Coombs
5. Ian Evans
6. Ryan Jones
7. Justin Tipuric
8. Toby Faletau
9. Mike Phillips
10. Dan Biggar
11. George North
12. Jamie Roberts
13. Jonathan Davies
14. Alex Cuthbert
15. Leigh Halfpenny

16. Ken Owens
17. Paul James
18. Craig Mitchell
19. Alun-Wyn Jones
20. Sam Warburton
21. Lloyd Williams
22. James Hook
23. Scott Williams