Nigel Owens is back with more views on the championship
The Bwrw'r Bar star looks forward to an exciting finish to the Six Nations Championship at the end of a week which saw Wales crowned World Champions in Sevens rugby.
Nigel's reaction to Wales' win at the IRB Rugby World Cup Sevens
I was a referee on the sevens circuit for four years and really enjoyed the experience. During my time on the circuit, Wales as a Union didn't quite take the competition as seriously as they do now - Wales have a winning mentality now to compete against the best teams in the world. The standard of play is improving year after year.
Sevens rugby is a springboard for a lot of rugby union stars - with Andy Powell, Mike Phillips and James Hook among the stars who have developed their skills and won experience from it. This kind of rugby suits us Welsh better than anything.
Whilst looking back on last weekend's tournament in Dubai, Wales deserved to raise the trophy because the team managed to beat off the likes of New Zealand, Samoa and Argentina - teams who traditionally play sevens rugby really well and who take the competition very seriously.
Nigel looks forward to an exciting conclusion to the Six Nations
I don't see it being an easy game - not by a long shot, and I think people who do think that will have a very nasty shock on Saturday. I think the Welsh boys will cope well following the changes that Warren Gatland has implemented. They train with each other day in day out so there's no reason why they won't cope. There's plenty of talent within the squad and the bench is strong and professional.
I see this game being the championship decider. If I'm honest, I can see Wales beating Italy and then competing for the Championship and the Triple Crown in Cardiff. I'm confident that we'll win that game too. Whatever happens, I'll be at that game as a fourth official and I'm really looking forward.
Alun Wyn Jones
He's a hard player and plays well in every game he features in. In fact, I don't think I've ever seen him having a bad game. He's talented enough and is sensible and rational enough to deal with the added pressure of being captain.