The Wales team will be announced later as they attempt to right the wrongs of their first Test against South Africa.
The five-try 38-16 defeat at Kings Park in Durban has led to plenty of soul-searching within the Welsh camp, after their confidence in the build-up was destroyed by their hosts.
But there remains the chance to put matters right when the second Test takes place in Nelspruit on Saturday.
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