Rob Howley has praised his players for putting a "tough week" behind them by beating Argentina at the Principality Stadium.Read the full story ›
Wales have beaten Argentina 24-20 at the Principality Stadium. It brings to an end a five game losing streak.Read the full story ›
Leigh Halfpenny's boot gives Wales the lead at half time as they play Argentina at the Principality Stadium.Read the full story ›
Wales placed on alert that Argentina will aim to "create as much chaos as possible" in Saturday's clash.Read the full story ›
Wales face Argentina at the Principality Stadium tomorrow. Here are some of the facts and figures surrounding the match.Read the full story ›
Sam Warburton has backed the decision that sees Gethin Jenkins remain as Wales skipper for Saturday's clash against Argentina.Read the full story ›
Rhys Webb has been released from the Wales squad due to an ankle injury.
The scrum-half suffered ankle ligament damage during Wales 32-8 defeat against Australia last weekend.
The 27-year-old will undergo surgery tomorrow and it's expected he will have a period of rehabilitation of at least twelve weeks.
The team for Wales V Argentina has been announced. Sam Warburton returns from injury but Gethin Jenkins will captain Wales vs ArgentinaRead the full story ›
Leigh Halfpenny will make his eagerly-awaited Test match return on Saturday when Wales host opening autumn opponents Australia.
And the full-back admitted he has missed the international scene "a heck of a lot" after being sidelined from Wales action since suffering knee ligament damage during his country's final World Cup warm-up game 14 months ago.
I am just absolutely delighted to hear my name read out to start against Australia - I am just over the moon to be playing after such a long spell away.
I have missed it, I've missed it a heck of a lot. I can't wait for Saturday.
It felt like a long time out, but just watching the guys out in New Zealand in June, I thought they were outstanding on that tour, particularly in those first two Tests.