Caretaker coach Rob Howley has named five uncapped players in his Wales squad for the Six Nations. Captain Sam Warburton leads the 35-man party, which is missing a raft of senior players through injury.
The new men are second rows James King, who's 22 and plays for the Ospreys, and the Dragons' Andrew Coombs, 28. Back rows Josh Navidi, a former Wales Under 20 skipper, and his Blues captain Andres Pretorius are also included. 20-year-old winger Eli Walker earns his first senior call-up.
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