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By Gareth Griffiths
BBC Sport Wales in Oita, Japan
Wales kicking trainer Neil Jenkins states its a struggle and battered Dan Biggar to ease up before the World Cup quarter-final contrary to France on his training regimen.
Biggar was forced off the area with head injuries in group games from Australia and Fiji.
The fly-half is intended to win his fitness battle on Sunday for its match with Les Bleus in Oita.
Curbing him is very difficult, Jenkins said of the 30-year old.
Hes a competitor, full stop. He is a winner. Hes a baseball player that was very physical, he has trapped in.
He has done everything thats been requested of him continuously and consistently and hes ready to go. He is desperate to perform .
Hes world-class and he will be ready to return again, theres no denying that.
Jenkins says that there are bruises and bumps in the Wales team but hopes everyone will have the ability to demonstrate their fitness before Fridays team announcement.
This includes centres Jonathan Davies who hurt his knee. Davies trained with heavy strapping on his leg Wednesday.
He is important to us, said Jenkins.
Hes a world-class player, a large game player. Big games for Wales within a very lengthy time, Exotic tours.
He is a major player all-round, not just for our fighting game, but also with our assault and defence too.
Wales are currently hoping the quarter-final is not the last game in charge with the head trainer leaving the job of Warren Gatland.
His record speaks for itself as in the outcome, the achievement, the togetherness of the team and the squad and the team, explained Jenkins.
Gats is not only an amazing rugby coach, hes an unbelievable individual too. He brings to this particular environment, it is incredible.
Gats is a remarkably smart rugby man, he knows the game inside out. Hes been here for 12 years and whatever he can, why he does it, everyone looks him up and knows.
It would be incredibly sad to see him go. Itd be nice if we can give another fortnight in Japan for him and also for everyone involved.
Wales might need to beat a side which have lost seven out of their eight matches against Wales that Jenkins ignored to perform that.
I am not certain what that means, explained Jenkins.
They have some wonderful players. They will probably be disappointed by their Six Nations performances but they look like theyve turned up here in Japan and so are prepared to go
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