Watch Australia Wallabies vs Wales Live Streaming 2014 End Of Year Autumn International Live Online.This Rugby Union match will be kick off at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff,Saturday 08 November 2014 online, Time 14:30 GMT and its broadcast on Fox Sports, Online Channels,Sky Sports.
Wales host the Wallabies at Millennium Stadium on Sunday, November 9. The match kicks off at 1.30am (AEDT).
What: Wales v Australia
When: Sunday, November 9 – 1:30am (AEDT)
Where: Millennium Stadium.
I can view it on: Fox Sports.
The Wallabies held off the Barbarians 40-36 to open Michael Cheika’s reign as Wallabies coach on a winning note at Twickenham.
Wales led South Africa all the way but suffered a heart-breaking 31-30 loss in their most recent Test match in June.
Wales veterans Adam Jones and James Hook have been left out of Wales’ squad, while young Ospreys prop Nicky Smith is the only uncapped player selected. Warren Gatland’s men haven’t played as a unit since that loss to South Africa in Nelspruit back in June. They led for the entire contest and should have scored a maiden win over the Springboks but Liam Williams shoulder charged Cornal Hendricks and the Boks were awarded a penalty try. They finished third in the Six Nations behind winners Ireland and second-placed England. They play Fiji, New Zealand and South Africa after facing the Wallabies.
New Wallabies coach Michael Cheika made 11 changes to his starting side for the Barbarians clash and most of the players rested or benched for the Baa Baas clash will return to face the Welsh. Skipper Michael Hooper and scrumhalf Nick Phipps will both be back in action after being rested, while prop James Slipper is among a host of starters who will return to the run-on side after coming off the bench against the Barbarians. Blindside flanker Scott Higginbotham is in doubt for the remainder of the tour with a hamstring injury suffered at Twickenham. Rebels young-gun Sean McMahon was superb after replacing Higginbotham in the 19th minute and is being considered for at least a bench spot against Wales. The Wallabies face Wales, France, Ireland and England in the final three weeks of their Spring tour.
While the Wallabies have now had a run under Cheika, this week starts the real beginning of the Waratahs and former Leinster coach’s tenure. This is the first of just eight Tests Cheika has to get Australia ready for the World Cup starting in September.
“It’s been a bit hectic … I was only sitting on my couch last week and I wasn’t planning on screaming and yelling at guys. One thing that guys aren’t going to get in our set-up is being spoon fed. You need men to win things, men have to stand up and take responsibility, be accountable for their actions,” – coach Cheika telling it how it is.
Wales squad: Gethin Jenkins, Paul James, Nicky Smith, Richard Hibbard, Emyr Phillips, Scott Baldwin, Aaron Jarvis, Samson Lee, Rhodri Jones, Alun Wyn Jones, Jake Ball, Bradley Davies, Luke Charteris, Dan Lydiate, James King, Sam Warburton (c), Justin Tipuric, Dan Bake, Taulupe Faletau, Mike Phillips, Rhys Webb, Rhodri Williams, Dan Biggar, Rhys Priestland, Cory Allen, James Roberts, Jonathan Davies, Scott Williams, Hallam Amos, Alex Cuthbert, George North, Tom Prydie, Leigh Halfpenny, Liam Williams.
Wallabies squad: Adam Ashley-Cooper, Ben Alexander, Sam Carter, Quade Cooper, Tom English, Saia Fainga’a, Tetera Faulkner, Israel Folau, Bernard Foley, Will Genia, Kyle Godwin, James Hanson, Scott Higginbotham, Matt Hodgson, Michael Hooper, Rob Horne, James Horwill, Luke Jones, Sekope Kepu, Tevita Kuridrani, Christian Leali’ifano, Josh Mann-Rea, Ben McCalman, Sean McMahon, Nick Phipps, Benn Robinson, Rob Simmons, Will Skelton, James Slipper, Henry Speight, Joe Tomane, Matt Toomua, Nic White.