France beat Wales 32-30 through a last-gasp Brice Dulin try on Saturday to ensure that the Six Nations will go down to the final game.
France scored two late tries to deny Wales the Grand Slam and keep their hopes of winning the Six Nations alive in Paris.
Wales need a win in Paris to complete a Grand Slam and seal their second Six Nations title in the space of three years.
Fabien Galthie's France retain Six Nations title hopes and have learned the date of their final match against Scotland.
Tanguy Ndombele, Thomas Lemar and Ousmane Dembele have been recalled by France for games against Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Adam Beard returns in the only change to Wales' starting line-up for the pivotal Six Nations showdown with France on Saturday.
Enjoying an impressive season for Tottenham, midfielder Tanguy Ndombele is eyeing a place in France's squad for Euro 2020.
France were within touching distance of a famous Twickenham win, which made it galling to concede a late try and see Grand Slam hopes ended.
England were on the brink of defeat to a France side who rarely win at Twickenham, only for Maro Itoje's late try to change the narrative.
Amid the joy of England's fine Six Nations win over France, coach Eddie Jones reflected on the absence of fans inside Twickenham.