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2020 Autumn Series Wales v Argentina

Wales will welcome Argentina to the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Sunday 22nd November, in their 3rd of four tough Autumn Internationals.

Wales are currently fifth in the World rankings, but will be looking to finish November in 4th spot or higher in order to secure a place among the top pool of seeds at the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.

 

22nd Nov 2020 Principality Stadium

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2020 Autumn Series Wales v Argentina

22nd Nov 2020
Package Players Lounge
Price POA. For details, please call 02070 48 48 48
Ticket Multiple 2
Details
  • Rugby legends in attendance
  • Dedicated VIP entrance
  • Drink on arrival
  • 3 course formal meal
  • Complimentary beer, house wine & soft drinks
  • Tea, coffee & chocolates
  • Post-match cheese board
 

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2020 Autumn Series Wales v Argentina

Wales will face the Argentinians in their 3rd of 4 consecutive 2020 Autumn Internationals. The two sides have met 18 times with Wales winning 13 of these matches, most recently in their 2018 summer tour to Argentina where they beat the host nation 23-10 in Estadio San Juan del BicentenarioSan Juan; and 30-12 in Estadio Centenario, Resistencia.

Following the 2020 Six Nations, Wales travel to Japan and New Zealand for a 3 test Tour in June & July.

The sequence of games announced means Wayne Pivac, the Welsh Head Coach will have locked horns during his first year in charge with every side in World Rugby’s top 10 other than eighth-placed Australia, as well as Fiji who are 11th in the rankings.

The Autumn matches take on extra significance this year as they will have a direct bearing on seeding for the next World Cup, the draw for which will be made following the conclusion of November’s games.

Wales are currently fifth in the rankings, but will be looking to finish November in fourth spot or higher in order to secure a place among the top pool of seeds at the 2023 showpiece in France.

A significant change this autumn also sees the four home unions work on a fixture schedule together, similar to the Six Nations, which means none of the Autumn matches clash.

The joint tie-up over broadcasting rights will enable fans to watch each game and back to back Test rugby as it happens, with no overlap.

WRU Chief Executive Martyn Phillips “Working collaboratively with fellow Six Nations members on matters of mutual sporting and commercial interest outside the Guinness Six Nations Championship, for the first time, has led to scheduling that is far more spectator friendly…” and said of Wales’ fixtures, “We will be testing ourselves against four of the best sides in the world and face the current top two in New Zealand and South Africa.”

The 2020 Autumn Series Wales v Argentina is likely to be a bruising encounter, contact Engage today to secure your attendance.