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Goalline stand spares Wales' blushes

Wales held on for a nerve-shredding victory over Georgia, who came within three metres of earning a draw in Cardiff.

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November Tests: Who said what

Catch up on what was said following another busy Saturday of Test match action.

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Weekend predictions: November Tests

The end-of-year internationals return once again but who is set for a big Saturday night, which player will shine and who has a long weekend ahead?

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Watkin, Webb start for Wales vs. Georgia

Warren Gatland has rung the changes for the visit of Georgia Saturday, with four players set to make their first Wales start.

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Koroibete wishes Davies speedy recovery

Australia wing Marika Koroibete has wished Jonathan Davies a speedy recovery after the Wales centre was ruled out for six months by foot surgery.

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Wallabies stand tall as Hooper equals unwanted record

Michael Cheika lauded the battling spirit of his Wallabies side after they secured a 29-21 win over Wales in Cardiff, though skipper Michael Hooper may have spent some time hiding in the sheds post match.

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Davies hands Wales injury scare

Jonathan Davies handed Wales coach Warren Gatland an injury scare as he was stretchered off at the end of his side's 29-21 defeat to Australia.

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Williams relishing Wales responsibility

Owen Williams is ready to relish his role and the responsibility when he makes a first Test match start for Wales Saturday.

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Weekend predictions: November Tests

The end-of-year internationals are here but who is set for a big Saturday night, which player will shine and who has a long weekend ahead?

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History to repeat as Wales host Wallabies

Warren Gatland has picked an experimental side to face Australia at the Principality Stadium, but will it be enough to halt Wales' woeful run against the Wallabies?

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Kerevi sees off Hunt for Wallabies spot

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has rewarded Samu Kerevi for his strong showing against Japan by retaining him in the side to face Wales on Saturday in Cardiff.

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Uncapped trio named on Wales bench

Leon Brown, Sam Cross and Owen Watkin have been included on the Wales bench for Saturday's clash with Australia, while Warren Gatland has handed home debuts to Steff Evans, Josh Navidi and Owen Williams.


Wallabies see threats, opportunities in Welsh midfield

Tevita Kuridrani has warned Wales the Wallabies will target rookie centre Owen Williams in Saturday's Test in Cardiff, yet the Australian is also preparing for a huge showdown with Lions star Jonathan Davies.

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November predictions: Team-by-team guide

November offers international coaches possibly their last chance to tinker ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. But how will the big 10 fare over the next month?

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Coleman relishing battle with Wales' Jones

Wallabies lock Adam Coleman is relishing the prospect of going up against Wales skipper Alun Wyn Jones in Saturday's encounter in Cardiff.

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Tipuric, Webb a doubt for Wales vs. Australia

Flanker Justin Tipuric and scrum-half Rhys Webb are understood to be major doubts for Wales' autumn series opener against Australia on Saturday.

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England, Wales scrum session 'worthwhile'

England's unprecedented training session against Wales was ideal preparation for Saturday's clash with Argentina at Twickenham, according to scrum coach Neal Hatley.

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Hughes eyes 'rough and tough' session vs. Wales

Nathan Hughes is readying himself for the "rough and tough" scrum session with Wales tomorrow as Eddie Jones looks to put his side in "uncomfortable positions" ahead of greater challenges.

2018 RankingsSix Nations

  • WALES1st
    TRIES SCORED 1st England : 0 Tries Scored
  • WALES1st
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st England : 0 Points Difference