An under-strength Wales face an under-pressure South Africa at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium this Saturday. The hosts have won just one of their three autumn Tests going into the weekend, and with this fixture falling out of World Rugby’s autumn Tests window, Wales head coach Warren Gatland is without several of his first-team regulars due to injuries and ineligibility.
Three of the four home nations finish their autumn campaigns this weekend, all looking to end 2017 on a high ahead of next year’s Six Nations. Scotland lock horns with the Wallabies north of the border, and the hard-hitting Samoans are the visitors to Twickenham.
England, Ireland and Scotland will all be looking to secure their second wins of their autumn campaigns following a successful opening weekend, whilst Wales need to bounce back from a disappointing defeat in their opener. Wales host an ever-improving Georgia at the Principality Stadium after falling short against the Wallabies, and Eddie Jones’ England then take centre stage against Australia in south-west London.
The 2017 rugby union autumn internationals get into full swing this weekend, with an action-packed schedule from Twickenham and the Principality Stadium to the Aviva Stadium, BT Murrayfield and beyond.
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