Wales trio declared fit to face Ireland in Six Nations crunch in Dublin
Dan Biggar, Taulupe Faletau and Leigh Halfpenny have been declared fit for Wales' NatWest 6 Nations clash with Ireland in Dublin on Saturday.
The trio missed the 12-6 defeat to England at Twickenham on February 10, but have all returned to training.
George North, a replacement at Twickenham, and fellow British and Irish Lion Liam Williams are also fit.
Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde said: "Everybody has been given the green light. It's good to have everybody back with a spring in their step and looking forward to Saturday.
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"It's nice to have headaches in a few positions and it's always good to have plenty to choose from.
"There's a competitive edge to the squad and it's going to be a tough call on a few individuals I'm sure."
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