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Wales are the defending RBS 6 Nations champions and while England, after two wins from their first two matches, are the hot favourites to take their title, Faletau is refusing to give it up without a fight.
After playing in Rome, Wales will then travel to Scotland before hosting England on the last day of the competition in what could potentially be a Championship decider.
But for now, Faletau is just focused on continuing Wales’ revival in Rome.
“It was great to get that win, to finally get a good result. It was a tough, brutal battle but we were just glad to come away with that victory – it was a relief to get a win,” he told the South Wales Argus.
“I was very disappointed to lose against Ireland but hopefully we can build on our victory over France.
“I’ve never played away against Italy and I’m expecting a similar game to the one in Paris. I think it’s going to be a very physical.
“Winning makes such a difference. Coming in on Monday for training, the atmosphere was better already compared to the week before after losing to Ireland.
“We think it (winning the Six Nations) is still on but we’ve got to take each game as it comes.”