Ryan Giggs could face his hometown club of Cardiff City for the first time in his career later today
Wales coach Warren Gatland will lead out an international side for the 100th time tonight
Cardiff Blues centre Cory Allen makes his Wales debut against Argentina on Saturday while prop Gethin Jenkins wins his 100th cap.
Swansea City are in Premier League action this evening as they host Newcastle United at the Liberty Stadium.
Michael Laudrup's boys have managed just one win at home this season.
Meanwhile Newcastle United have won their last four Premier League matches.
Tonight's game kicks off at 19:45.
Wales coach Warren Gatland has been named UK Coach of the Year and High-Performance Coach of the Year at the UK Coaching Awards 2013.
Gatland led the British and Irish Lions to their first series success in sixteen years earlier this year and was presented with the award at a prestigious ceremony in London this evening.
The New Zealander joins a list of previous winners that includes Jessica Ennis-Hill's coach Toni Minichiello and England Cricket coach Andy Flower.
It is Gatland's second award within a matter of weeks after receiving the Outstanding Contribution to Rugby award at the Rugby Expo Awards last month.
Since he took over from Gareth Jenkins as Wales coach after the 2007 Rugby World Cup, Wales have won Grand Slams titles in 2008 and 2012 as well as reaching the semi-final of the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Scrum half Mike Phillips has arrived in Paris to start his new career with Racing Metro.
Team-mate Jamie Roberts tweeted this picture of the 31-year-old, adding: 'Big moment here as @mikephillips009 signs his contract over lunch... caption competition!'
The French club confirmed on their website yesterday evening that Phillips has signed a two-and-a-half year deal.
He will be available for selection for this Saturday's Heineken Cup fixture against Harlequins.
French club Racing Metro have confirmed that Wales scrum half Mike Phillips has signed a two-and-a-half year deal to join the club.
Phillips, who's been capped 80 times for Wales and 11 for the British and Irish Lions, was sacked by another French club, Bayonne, in October, after allegedly turning up for a video analysis session under the influence of alcohol.
Wales scrum half Mike Phillips has signed for French Top 14 side Racing Metro following his sacking from Bayonne.
Racing have yet to confirm the length of the deal but have told ITV News that Phillips's transfer has been finalised and agreed by club Chairman Jacky Lorenzetti.
It is understood that Phillips will arrive in Paris tomorrow where he will meet up with his new team mates for the first time and could go straight into their squad to face Harlequins in the Heineken Cup on Saturday.
The former Ospreys player has spent the Autumn Internationals series in a state of flux since his dismissal from Bayonne for allegedly reporting for training under the influence of alcohol - a move which promoted him to initiate legal proceedings against his former employers.
It is unclear where this now leaves that action.
Phillips joins fellow Wales international Jamie Roberts and Dan Lydiate at the Paris based outfit.
Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup says his players should be pleased with their performance against Manchester City despite the 3-0 scoreline.
Swansea drop to 13th in the Premier League table and title-chasers Manchester City move to third as they maintained their 100 per cent home record.
Despite an early goal from Alvaro Negredo, Swansea responded well and went on to dominate the remainder of the first half.
Swansea had a chances to equalise before the break but they were denied by City goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon.
"I think it is a little strange to stand up here after a game you lost 3-0 and feel we did many things right. But I think we did well until the third goal, and after that the game was over.
Of course I am not happy we lost 3-0 but on the other hand I am not really disappointed because I think the players did what they could, what they should."
George North says that Wales have to be more clinical, and accurate when they have chances, if they are to bridge the gap to the top southern hemisphere sides.
The 21-year-old scored both of Wales' tries, as they were beaten 30-26 by Australia in the final game of the autumn internationals on Saturday.
The result means Wales have lost their last 18 Tests against the southern hemisphere's big three - which also includes South Africa and New Zealand.
"The good thing is we are competing regularly with the top three, but to push on we have to be clinical and accurate when we have chances", said North - who started on the wing against Australia but finished the game at centre.
"We've shown we are competing well, but we haven't got that little edge yet. We came off the gas a little bit, and we have to be clinical. When we have them on the ropes and know we are on top of them physically, we have to push on."
Swansea City have been beaten three goals to nil at the Etihad Stadium.
Alvaro Negredo put the hosts in the lead early on followed by two goals by Samir Nasri.
Swansea came close to scoring in the first half but they were denied a goal after two crucial saves by goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon.
Swansea trail one goal to nil at the Etihad Stadium after an early goal from Alvaro Negredo.
Newport County beat Chesterfield in a dramatic game in League Two at Rodney Parade this afternoon.
Danny Crow gave Newport an early lead with a fifth minute header which was equalised by the opposition in the second half.
Chesterfield went down to ten men when Liam Cooper was shown a red card for a foul. Newport's Adam Chapman made it 2-1 with a penalty.
It was Andy Sandell who was responsible for Newport's third goal.
Despite a response from Chesterfield a few minutes later, Newport sealed a victory which sees them move to eighth in the table.