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Keelan Giles has been described as "a huge talent" ahead of his possible Wales debut against Japan.
The Ospreys wing will emulate peers like George North and Tom Prydie by making his Wales bow as an 18-year-old if he features at the Principality Stadium next Saturday.
Giles, who has scored eight tries in just five games for the Ospreys this season, was recently promoted to Wales' autumn Test squad.
And the smart money is on him being involved in the match-day 23 when Japan faces Wales for a first time in Cardiff since 2007.
Ross Moriarty admitted the pressure had been on Wales to deliver a performance and result after they rediscovered the winning habit by beating Argentina.
Wales' first victory for eight months - a 24-20 success against the Pumas in Cardiff - lifted some of the gloom that descended following Australia's Principality Stadium stroll seven days earlier.
The Wallabies' 32-8 demolition left Wales reeling from a heaviest home defeat since New Zealand put 45 points on them 10 years ago.
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.
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Rob Howley has praised his players for putting a "tough week" behind them by beating Argentina at the Principality Stadium.
Wales have beaten Argentina 24-20 at the Principality Stadium. It brings to an end a five game losing streak.