Wales in the Six Nations: Ask Shane Williams
Wales' record try-scorer Shane Williams will be answering a selection of your questions following Wales' Triple Crown victory over England on Saturday.
Wales "didn't play well at all" according to captain and man-of-the match Sam Warburton, and the fixture ended in controversy with an England "try" by David Strettle ruled inconclusive, scuppering their hopes of a draw.
Wales are now in with a chance of a Grand Slam, meeting Italy on 10 March before Wales v France on 17 March.
Since retiring from Wales international duty, Shane Williams has been working as a BBC Six Nations pundit, and we will be taking questions for him between 1500 and 1900 GMT on Monday, 27 February.
You can either email your question to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Shane Williams" in the subject line
Or, submit your question via twitter.com between 1500 and 1900 GMT on Monday, 27 February using #askshanewilliams.
Questions submitted at times other than those above may not be read.
Shane will answer as many of your questions as possible in his next BBC Scrum V column, but unfortunately not every question submitted can be used.
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