|Venue: Principality Stadium, Cardiff Date: Saturday, 19 November Kick-off: 13:00 GMT|
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Wales have suffered a double blow earlier than the Checks in opposition to Georgia and Australia, with flanker Dan Lydiate and lock Will Rowlands dominated out by damage.
Ospreys’ Lydiate broken an arm and Dragons’ Rowlands damage a shoulder in final weekend’s win in opposition to Argentina.
Wales coach Wayne Pivac has known as up two uncapped locks, Exeter’s Dafydd Jenkins, 19, and Ospreys’ Rhys Davies, 24, into their squad.
However Pivac has not introduced in a direct back-row alternative for Lydiate.
Wales face Georgia in Cardiff on Saturday, having bounced again from defeat by New Zealand to beat the Pumas.
They may then host Australia on 26 November – a sport scheduled outdoors the agreed international Check interval, which implies England-based gamers is not going to be obtainable.
That offers Jenkins, who captained Exeter as they beat London Irish within the English Premiership final weekend, one likelihood to earn a debut cap, in opposition to Georgia, earlier than returning to Exeter with club-mate Christ Tshiunza.
With Lydiate dominated out, Jac Morgan, his spectacular first-half alternative in opposition to Argentina, shall be in competition to start out in opposition to Georgia.
Tshiunza will even be in that blend whereas Leicester open-side Tommy Reffell was absent final weekend after struggling a rib damage in opposition to the All Blacks.
Uncapped Scarlet Josh Macleod can be a again row contender for Wales’ two remaining November video games.
With Rowlands dominated out, Pivac may recall veteran Alun Wyn Jones or give Dragons’ Ben Carter a begin in opposition to Georgia alongside Jones’ fellow Osprey Adam Beard.
Tshiunza – who can play again and second row – can be a contender within the entrance 5, together with new faces Jenkins and Davies.
Wing Louis Rees-Zammit was pleased to fill in at full-back in opposition to the Pumas with Leigh Halfpenny sidelined by a hamstring downside and Liam Williams earlier dominated out of the collection.