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.
Wales ended their Autumn international series with a heartbreaking defeat against the Wallabies.
It was a non-stop first half with tries from both sides.
George North put Wales in the lead with a try in the first two minutes.
The teams went into the second half with just a point between them.
Australia widened the gap in the second half with a penalty followed by a converted try by Joe Tomane.
George North scored his second 10 minutes later to make it 23-30. Rhys Priestland added another 3 points to the scoreboard with a penalty, but Wales failed to get that all-important final try which would've seen them end their Autumn series with a victory.
It's full-time at the Cardiff City Stadium and the Gunners secured a convincing 3-0 win against the Bluebirds.
Welshman Aaron Ramsey had an action-packed game with a first-half strike putting Arsenal in the lead.
A second goal was scored by Arsenal's Mathieu Flamini in the 86th minute.
Just as the final whistle neared, Ramsey closed the match with his second goal in the 90th minute.
Mathieu Flamini scores to put Arsenal further ahead as the final whistle nears.
Arsenal take the lead at half time at the Cardiff City Stadium with a goal from Wales International Aaron Ramsey in the 28th minute.
Aaron Ramsey scores a headed goal from inside the penalty box.
Captain Sam Warburton has challenged his team ahead of their clash with Australia. He says the squad will need to raise their game if they are to secure a win against the Wallabies.
Wales have failed to boast a victory since 2008, losing in eight consecutive tests.
The return of Alex Cuthbert puts the Welsh squad in a confident position to play a level game. Elsewhere, flanker Dan Lydiate sits on the back row.
Warburton says the recent lions success will not have any bearing on this game and Wales must strive to end the southern hemisphere jinx.
Newport Gwent Dragons lost 14-18 to Munster at Rodney Parade. The home side led at half time, thanks to two penalties from Jason Tovey. They extended their lead early in the second half, courtesy of a try by Matthew Pewtner,
Ian Keatley was the standout performer for the visitors, kicking all 18 points for the Irish region.