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Wayne Pivac’s senior men’s team will return from a third summer tour of South Africa against New Zealand, Argentina, Georgia and then Australia on Saturdays in November.

And the opportunity to take the left -hand side, or more, while facing two Rugby World Cup Pool C rivals, in Georgia and Australia, was cheered by the team. head coach.

“We have a big announcement ahead of this Autumn Nations Series with four home tournaments following our third-Test Series in South Africa this summer.” said Pivac.

“Having the fans at Principality Stadium is very important for the team and we can’t wait for them to come back behind us this November.”

30.10.21 – Wales v New Zealand – Autumn Nations Series – Fans on the field before the game.

The Autumn Nations Series will begin at 3.15pm on Saturday 5 November against the All Blacks in the 37th meeting between the two sides. The Pumas, a team that Wales sides regularly measure themselves with, are set to take place next Saturday at 5.30pm, ahead of Georgia’s World Cup finals in Cardiff next week. later (1.00pm) and then – on the last weekend of November – the Wallabies will help implement the winter announcement at the nearest (3.15pm).

“It’s always a pleasure to have New Zealanders come to the city – they are one of the best clubs in the world,” Pivac said.

“We look forward to being able to try ourselves against them with our available English player and the opportunity to make our own history.

30.10.21 – Wales v New Zealand All Blacks – Autumn Nations Cup – Samuel Whitelock of Aotearoa leads his team to play Haka.

“We are looking forward to competing against Argentina again in front of the home crowd, although the current conditions will be very different from their visit to the Principality Stadium last summer.

“For our last two games, we played Georgia and Australia in our pool for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

“Everyone is providing different teams for us and these games will be an important preparation for the continuation of the competition in France.”

Wayne Pivac during training.

Tickets, which go on sale to the public for the first time tomorrow Friday 10 June from 10am, will stay dry at all price points for the Georgia, Argentina and Australia games in 2022 with entry prices for this games and Autumn Nations Series teams that have not increased since 2018..

This year the price has increased by £ 10 for most tickets but the entry price for this game remains the same, at £ 40, as well as concessionary tickets for fans under 17 – a 50%. retail sale – get all the price points for the Autumn Nations Series games.

Reduced prices mean a family of four can go to the Georgia game for £ 30, the Pumas game for £ 60, watch the Wallabies for £ 75 or see the kick-off team by against the All Blacks as a family for £ 120.

The Welsh Rugby Union always recommends the best place to buy world tickets from your local rugby club, but the remaining tickets will be on public sale for the first time tomorrow, from www.wales/ tickets with additional receipts in the game. in Wales.

KA 2022 AUTUMN NATIONS LINEUP:

NEW ZEALAND: It wasn’t long before someone said that in 1953, Welsh’s last victory in the tournament, was the creation of this titanic tournament of two of the most famous names in world football.

But there is nothing about this huge game that will unleash three seismic conflicts in the mid and late 2000s.

First, in 2004, Wales were, now very close to a historic victory when they were tied 25-26.

Then, in 2008, a fun -loving juggernaut of a game followed the ‘Haka stand -off’ – a time popular now around the world for its creative drama.

It was a fun game and in 2009, after rising to the top during the break (6-6) Wales was in the midst of a change in New Zealand’s seasons. close, when no one else Alun Wyn Jones was blocking a fence. Not sure… It’s not a bad thing to confirm the talisman of Wales and its ’09 allies in the short term.

This is just a selection of the many games in the history of a game that began in the opening tournament in 1905. This first team was won 3-0 by Wales and the event was also seen in Hen’s first song. Wlad fy Nhadau at a world championship – sung by athletes in response to New Zealand’s famous Haka.

Wales have always dared to believe and although they have only finished on the winning side three times (1905, 1935 and 1953) they have had a distance of a famous victory on several occasions between 36 competitions. .

The longer the victory story is now because of our opposition, the more the taste of victory will be broken.

ARGENTINA: The tournament is an interesting one from the age of 31 until winning the Rugby World Cup for the home side, where WRU vice -chairman Ieuan Evans was shown on the wing, at the national stadium in Cardiff. in 1991.

On many occasions, when Wales won the Puma, they went to great lengths.

The first current Six Nations Grand Slam (2005) after a two-Test trip to America last summer. The honor was shared with the win on each side but most importantly, Wales won the last of the two trials 20-35. In 2008 the slam was repeated and, again, a win over the Pumas (20-27) the previous summer in a pre -Rugby World Cup training camp – albeit under the first government – it’s serious.

In 2011, the United States again gave a warm-up fight before Wales went to the World Cup in New Zealand and while the 28-13 win over the Pumas was not expected to lift Webb. Ellis Cup, Wales have reached the semi-finals. followed by another slam in 2012.

The 2019 Grand Slam was hot after a two-game tour to Argentina last summer, when the visitors took two games, 10-23 and 12-30.

Jeronimo de la Fuente was honored by his captain, Julian Montoya, after the trial.

The anti -Pumas campaign could be seen as a measure of Wales’ progress in the coming months but there are some signs.

Two top champions of six nations without a slam – in 2013 and last year, 2021 (under Wayne Pivac) – followed the loss to Argentina in previous games and the little of what we have to say about Wales’ victory over the Pumas at the 1991 World Cup is even better. .

All sides have met 20 times, Wales have won thirteen of those games, six Pumas and honors at one time.

In the last three teams, we’ve seen the full impact of the results, a win for Wales in the summer of 2018 and that 20-20 draw in the summer of 2021, followed by a 33-11 win in ka Pumas.
This game, with the opposition only one spot above us at world level Rugby, is set to be an exciting meeting.

GEORGIAN: Wales’ Principality World Cup 2023 Pool C opponents will visit Principality Stadium for the second time this November, following their first performance in 2017.
In that first meeting of the two sides, the new Wales side were captained by Dan Lydiate for the first time, with the back row boasting more of his name (60 at the time) than the rest of the team. wall between them.

Wale in Georgia

Wales ’Josh Adams dived over the line to get a try against Georgia

Wales won 13-6 but the victory proved to be a tough fight and the toughness of the opponents was the constant theme for this tournament.

Wales kicked off their 2019 Rugby World Cup campaign with a bonus score of 43-14 wins at City of Toyota Stadium in Japan, but the game was seen from the start as a perfect banana skin and required the same traditional standards. this fall in Cardiff if the home side win by definition.
When they met again, Wales beat Georgia 18-0 at Parc y Scarlets in the 2020 Autumn Nations Cup.

A young Scarlets scrum-hapf by the name of Keiran Hardy (currently 11 hats) made first that day and helped maintain Wales ’100% winning record at Lelos.
Wayne Pivac’s Wales will be looking to increase that interest score to four wins out of four in Cardiff this fall.

AUSTRALIA: The final game and final of the 2022 Autumn Nations Series will see Wales host the Wallabies, with James Bevan’s box set for recapture.

By 2018, the Reds had won two games this century against the Wallabies (2005, 2008), but the final score says Wales is on the roll. Winning the last three matches – two wins in the fall games in Cardiff on each side of the thriller 29-25 at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.

These games are close. Nothing more than the last time in November 2021 when Wales recorded a 29-28-minute victory with an 81-minute penalty. The first game – 44 games and over 114 years ago – set the tone for the whole team with a 9-6 win for Wales.

Bevan, who has been locked up by the club whose name has been around since 2007, is the Melbourne-born, Welsh-raised player who captained Wales’ first team against England. in 1881.

Ryan Elias

Ryan Elias scored in the corner against Australia

Wales only made one more attempt to win the newly established round, after the Wallabies picked him up for the first time in the summer of ’07, and they did so in the form of a fighting in 2008.

This was the first headliner on the Tri-Nations side in 11 games when the ’08 Six Nations Grand Slam won Australia in a fun match in Cardiff.

Shane Williams, the new world number one player of the year, was one of the spectators as fans said they had only played three games – at the time – on any of the teams. “big three” of the south side since football became a profession in 1995.

The Wallabies will continue to combine a thirteen -winning streak over the next ten years until 2018 when Wales win again.

Now, Wales are looking to secure their fourth winning streak against the Wallabies, on Saturday 26 November at the 2022 Autumn Nations Series climax.

2022 AUTUMN NATIONS SERIES FIXTURES:

Wales vs New Zealand, Principality Stadium, Saturday 5 November, KO 15:15
Tickets: £ 40, £ 70, £ 85, £ 95 and £ 105 with passes for U17s starting at £ 20*
Wales and America, Principality Stadium, Saturday 12 November, KO 17:30
Tickets: £ 20, £ 25, £ 30, £ 40 and £ 50 with passes for U17s starting at £ 10*
Wales vs Georgia, Principality Stadium, Saturday 19 November, KO 13:00
£ 10, £ 15, £ 20, £ 25 and £ 35 with grants for U17 starting at £ 5*
Wales vs Australia, Principality Stadium, Saturday 26 November, KO 15:15
£ 25, £ 35, £ 45, £ 65, £ 75 with grants for U17s starting at £ 12.50*

* Concessionary ticket prices, which include a 50% discount, are available to all youth under the age of 17, at all ticket categories for the four 2022 Autumn Nations Series games.

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