Coach Shaun Edwards insists Wales will continue to gamble in defence - despite seeing them concede two interception tries against France.
Wing Alexis Palisson read James Hook’s pass before Francois Trinh-Duc collected Shane Williams’ offload to charge into a 20-0 half-time lead at the Millennium Stadium.
But despite sitting on two defeats from three RBS 6 Nations games ahead of the trip to Ireland, Edwards expects Wales to continue treading the tightrope.
“We play high-risk attack, we also play a high-risk defence and a couple of times it’s worked against us, but many times it’s worked for us," said Edwards.
“We are a team who are told by Warren to go for it and if there’s a chance there to take the opportunity.
“We’ve given seven clean interceptions in the last 18 months. We are a team who take a lot of risks.
“I don’t think anybody could ever point a finger at Wales and say we play sterile, boring rugby.”