Wales look to respond to their heavy defeat by New Zealand as they take on South Africa in Cardiff this evening.
On Saturday, Wayne Pivac’s side were 54-16 losers against the All Blacks at Principality Stadium, which also hosts tonight’s meeting between Wales and the Springboks.
The teams last competed against one another in 2019 at the Rugby World Cup, with South Africa edging the semi-final 19-16 en route to becoming world champions.
South Africa were last in Test action one month ago, when they narrowly beat New Zealand 31-29.
Here’s all you need to know about this evening’s fixture.
When is it?
The game will begin at 5.30pm GMT in Cardiff.
How can I watch it?
Amazon Prime Video will stream the match live.
Wales: J McNicholl (Scarlets); L Rees-Zammit (Gloucester), J Davies (Scarlets, capt), N Tompkins (Saracens), J Adams (Cardiff); D Biggar (Northampton), T Williams (Cardiff); R Carre (Cardiff), R Elias (Scarlets), T Francis (Ospreys), W Rowlands (Dragons), A Beard (Ospreys), E Jenkins (Cardiff), T Basham (Dragons), A Wainwright (Dragons).
Replacements: B Roberts (Ulster), W Jones (Scarlets), W John (Scarlets), B Carter (Dragons), S Davies (Cardiff), G Davies (Scarlets), G Anscombe (Ospreys), L Williams (Scarlets).
South Africa: D Willemse (DHL Stormers); J Kriel (Canon Eagles), L Am (Cell C Sharks), D de Allende (Munster), M Mapimpi (Cell C Sharks); H Pollard (Montpellier), H Jantjies (DHL Stormers); O Nche (Cell C Sharks), B Mbonambi (DHL Stormers), T Nyakane (Vodacom Bulls), E Etzebeth (Toulon), L de Jager (Sale), S Kolisi (Cell C Sharks, capt), K Smith (Yamaha Jubilo), D Vermuelen (Ulster).
Replacements: M Marx (Kubota Spears), S Kitshoff (DHL Stormers) V Koch (Saracens), F Mostert (Honda Heat), J Wiese (Leicester), C Reinach (Montpellier), E Jantjies (NTT Docomo Red Hurricanes), F Steyn (Toyota Cheetahs).
South Africa: 4/11