Under the leadership of new coach Wayne Pivac, Wales experienced a disappointing Six Nations League, losing four of the five games, so they hope to return to the autumn National Cup for victory.
The competition will take place from November 13th to December 6th. Wales go to Dublin for the first match against Ireland at Aviva Stadium and then participated in three matches at Parc y Scarlets (their usual home stadium of the Principality has been retired at the Covid-19 Used as a field hospital during the epidemic).
Before a final match, Wales plays with Georgia and England in the pool stages, then they will compete with other group teams in the final, such as Fiji, France, Italy, or Scotland, who ranked the same position in their pool table.
Forwards: Aaron Wainwright, Justin Tipuric, Nicky Smith, Will Rowlands, Sam Parry, Josh Navidi, Ross Moriarty, Josh Macleod, Shane Lewis-Hughes, Dillon Lewis, Samson Lee, Wyn Jones, Alun Wyn Jones, Cory Hill, Tomas Francis, Taulupe Faletau, Ryan Elias, Elliot Dee, Seb Davies, James Davies, Rhys Carre, Leon Brown, Jake Ball.
Backs: Liam Williams, Johnny Williams, Rhys Webb, Owen Watkin, Nick Tompkins, Callum Sheedy, Louis Rees-Zammit, Rhys Patchell, George North, Ioan Lloyd, Jonah Holmes, Kieran Hardy, Leigh Halfpenny, Jonathan Davies, Gareth Davies, Dan Biggar, Josh Adams
Friday, 13 Nov, Ireland vs Wales, 7:00 pm, Aviva Stadium
Saturday, 21 Nov, Wales vs Georgia, 5:15 pm, Parc y Scarlets
Saturday, 28 Nov, Wales vs England, 4:00 pm, Parc y Scarlets
Saturday, 5 Dec, Wales vs TBD, 4:45 pm, Parc y Scarlets
Here you can see the full Autumn Nations Cup 2020