Wales Rugby – Autumn Internationals Tickets 2014

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Wales Rugby – Autumn Internationals Tickets 2014

Wales Autumn Internationals Tickets 2014

The Welsh Rugby Union will face 4 tough tests against Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and South Africa at this year’s Autumn Internationals. Tickets for the Autumn Internationals are available now.

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Wales vs Australia on Saturday, November 8th at 19:30 at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff

The Wallabies are a tough opponent for the former Six Nations champion with the last victory going all the way back to 2008. However, it’s a great test for the Welsh Rugby Union as Australia will be in their group at the Rugby World Cup next year. Wales coach Gatland, captain Sam Warburton and Leigh Halfpenny are optimistic despite nine consecutive defeats against the Wallabies. Wales are in great shape having won two of their four test last year and only narrowly losing against Australia. Australia is currently third in the IRB rankings.

Wales vs Fiji on Friday, November 14th at 19:30 at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff

Wale is clear favorite against Fiji. The Red Dragons won 8 out of their 10 meetings, the last one in 2011 with 66-0 at the Waikato Stadium in Hamilton, New Zealand. The Flying Fijians, however, will field an experienced team with players such as captain Akapusi Qera (Toulouse) and Sunia Koto (Narbonne) – despite not being in the top ten of the IRB rankings. Fiji also defeated Wales in the Rugby World Cup 2007 with 38-34. Get your Wales rugby tickets now and cheer the Welsh team to victory.

Wales vs New Zealand on Saturday, November 22nd at 19:30 at the Millennium Stadium

The highlight of this year’s Autumn International. Wales hasn’t won against the All Blacks since 1953, 25 consecutive defeats and lost the last meeting with 10-33 at the Autumn Internationals in 2012. The Red Dragons will face some of the best players in the world with Dan Carter and Aaron Cruden. This will be a real test before the World Cup and a great indicator for coach Gatland where is team stands. For any rugby fan, this game certainly shouldn’t be missed.

Wales vs South Africa on Saturday, November 29th at 19:30 at the Millenium Stadium

The Springboks are currently number 2 in the world and the last Wales victory goes all the way back to 1999. Wales only managed 1 victory in 29 meetings. Wales will face an experienced South African squad with players such as Victor Matfield (113 caps), Jean de Villiers (98 caps) and Bryan Habana (99 caps).

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Wales Autumn Internationals Tickets 2013

The Six Nations champions will now be looking towards the Autumn internationals to test their rapidly developing squad. Many Welsh internationals had a large influence over the success of the recent Lions tour and will hope their form can continue for their national side.

Wales vs South Africa – Saturday 9th November

Wales’ first test of the 2013 Autumn internationals will see them face South Africa. It will be the first time the two sides have met since the World Cup in 2011. On that occasion South Africa ran out 17-16 winners in what was a close-fought competition. Warren Gatland will be looking for his side to to get some revenge on the the Springboks as the victory back in 2011 was somewhat controversial. Stopping some of South Africa’s key players will be essential to Wales success in the match. One of these key players is Morne Steyn. Steyn’s kicking ability is up there with the best in the game and he has the ability to turn the game in an instant. Steyn’s boot has become South Africa’s key weapon in recent years and could play a big part in the outcome of the match.

Wales v Argentina – Saturday 16th November

After facing South Africa, Wales will go onto to face Argentina at the Millennium Stadium. The two sides met in week one of last years Autumn internationals with Argentina winning the game convincingly. Many thought that Wales were very poor and lacked any control over the game. In the time since then Wales have dramatically improved, winning the Six Nations in the process. Despite beating Wales, Argentina failed to win any of their other games in last years internationals so will be looking to improve themselves. An influential player for Argentina is fly-half Juan Martin Hernandez. Hernandez has the ability to influence again heavily due to his immense kicking ability and his vision.

Wales v Tonga – Friday 22nd November

Wales will be facing a relatively unknown opponent Tonga on Friday, November 16th. However, Wales shouldn’t underestimate the small pacific country. Tonga achieved their biggest victory in the 2011 Rugby World Cup against France when they beat them with 19-14. Tonga also upset Scotland in the Autumn Internationals 2012 beating the Scots with 21-15 at the Pittodrie Stadium. Wales, however, is the clear favourite against the pacific opponent.

Wales vs Australia – Saturday 30th November

The final game of this years autumn internationals will see Wales face the third best team in the world, Australia. The two sides also faced each other in the final game last year with Australia running out 14-12 winners thanks to a last minute try from Kurtley Beale. That result capped off a poor series of internationals for Wales who had lost all of their games. Australia on the other hand went unbeaten in last years fixtures, beating England and Italy as well as Wales. A key Australian player to watch out for is fullback, Kurtley Beale. The 2010 IRB world player of the year nominee is a danger on the counter attack and also offers a kicking ability that can have a major influence on any game he is involved in.

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Wales Autumn Internationals Tickets 2012

The current Six Nations Champions Wales will host a selection of teams for this year’s ‘Dove Men Series’ the teams will include World Champions New Zealand, Argentina, Samoa and Australia. The fixtures will be played at the Millennium stadium throughout an action packed month for the Welsh team.

Wales v Argentina – November 10th, 2012

The Argentina national rugby union is also known as “Los Pumas” and is ranked 8th in the IRB World Rankings. Rugby is not the main sport in Argentina, but the popularity has certainly picked up since they reached the quarter final in the 1999 Rugby Wold Cup. In the 2011 Rugby World Cup, Argentina qualified for the quarter finals even though they faced a very competitive group with England and Scotland. In the quarter final, however, they lost against the champions New Zealand 33-10. In this year’s Dove Men Series, Wales will host Argentina in the first game of the series and it will provide them with a stern test and has the promise to be an entertaining game.

Wales v Samoa – November 16th, 2012

The Manu Samoa, as the Samoa Rugby Union is called used to be a former member of the Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance. Samoa Rugby is funded by Sir Michael Fay, one of New Zealand’s wealthiest men. In the 2011 Rugby World Cup, Samoa finished 3rd in Pool D, right behind South Africa and Wales. It’s been a long time since Samoa beat the Welsh and this should be their easiest game of the series. Having said this Samoa has put in some good performances recently causing an upset against Australia in the 2011 World Cup.

Wales v New Zealand – November 24th, 2012

The All Blacks are back in Wales. The team to beat will face the Welsh Rugby Union in a great international test. New Zealand has been on top of international rugby for many years and many All Blacks have been inducted to the International Rugby Hall of Fame such as Sir Fred Allen, Don Clarke, Sean Fitzpatrick and Grant Fox. This fixture sees the Six Nations Champions host the current World Champions, with Wales facing a tough challenge when they host the All Blacks. Wales haven’t beaten the All Black in a very long time and will almost certain be looking to give them a good game and cause an upset.

Wales v Australia – December 1st, 2012

The Wallabies are set to play in the Dove Men Series 2012. The Millennium Stadium will be set for entertainment when the Wales host the Wallabies. Coach Robbie Deans and his captain David Pocock will be looking to grab another victory over Wales. The IRB World number 2 will play Wales, currently number 6 in the rankings in the last international test for Wales.

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