What is it?
The first of four apparatuses for Wales this harvest time as they open their record against Australia, before matches confronting Georgia, title holders New Zealand lastly South Africa.
At the point when is it?
It’s today, so Saturday, November 11.
What time is commence?
What TV channel is it on?
BBC Two from 4:45pm.
What is the group news?
Head mentor Warren Gatland has decided on an adjustment in approach in his midfield, including Gloucester playmaker Owen Williams at inside focus rather than the more straightforward Jamie Roberts and Scott Williams.
In-frame Scarlets winger Steff Evans gets a merited begin on the left wing, while news faces in the back line incorporate Aaron Shingler and Josh Navidi.
Gatland has additionally chosen two uncapped advances on the seat in Dragons prop Leon Brown and back-push Sam Cross, now playing for the Ospreys after already speaking to the Wales Sevens side.
The other new face among the substitutions is promising focus Owen Watkin, who inspired as of late in the Champions Cup for the Ospreys.
Grains: L Halfpenny (Scarlets); L Williams (Saracens), J Davies (Scarlets), O Williams (Gloucester), S Evans (Scarlets); D Biggar (Ospreys), G Davies (Scarlets); R Evans (Scarlets), K Owens (Scarlets), T Francis (Exeter), J Ball (Scarlets), A W Jones (Ospreys, capt), A Shingler (Scarlets), J Navidi (Cardiff Blues), T Faletau (Bath).
Substitutions: K Dacey (Cardiff Blues), N Smith (Ospreys), L Brown (Dragons), C Hill (Dragons), S Cross (Ospreys), A Davies (Scarlets), O Watkin (Ospreys), H Amos (Dragons).
Wallabies head mentor Michael Cheika has settled on a capable midfield in Cardiff, picking Samu Kerevi and Tevita Kuridrani at focus.
To start with decision half-backs Will Genia and Bernard Foley both return having missed a week ago’s apparatus against Japan, while Karmichael Hunt is named in the 22 shirt.
Michael Hooper skippers the Wallabies at openside flanker, with previous Wasps playmaker Kurtley Beale chose at full-back set up of the refreshed Israel Folau.
Ned Hanigan fills the catch off-guard flanker compartment left empty by Jack Dempsey’s damage, with Dempsey having been one of Australia’s best advances in 2017.
Australia: K Beale; M Koroibete, T Kuridrani, S Kerevi, R Hodge; B Foley (vc), W Genia (vc); S Sio, T Polota-Nau, S Kepu, R Simmons, A Coleman, N Hanigan, M Hooper (c), S McMahon
Substitutions: S Moore, T Robertson, An Alaalatoa, M Philip, B McCalman, N Phipps, K Hunt, H Speight
What are they saying?
Grains head mentor Warren Gatland:
“This group is a reward for a few players. Aaron has substantiated himself in the course of the most recent year and Josh has played wherever over the back-push,” said Gatland.
“Owen has an entirely decent record at focus. Everybody has discussed his assault, yet what will win Saturday’s diversion is barrier.
“Australia have a huge midfield and two direct wings so I don’t believe they will be excessively stressed over tossing the ball around.
“I believe they will be really immediate. We will change the way we play a smidgen. For us the outcome is critical, we need to win each amusement.”
Australia head mentor Michael Cheika:
“We have great choices, that is one okay thing for us around how we can set up, in light of the fact that Karmichael can set up at full-back, can set up in the inside, Samu can go 12, 13, Hodge can play practically anyplace now, Beale has 12,15, 10 on the off chance that we require him.
“We have the capacity to move and match. He’ll (Beale) still assume in that playmaker’s part prevalently. A mess won’t change for him.
“There’ll be a few changes around how we set up off set piece yet once we get into the assault, he’ll play in the standard playmaking part.”
What are the chances?
Ridges to win 15/8
Australia to win 4/7