WALES will be eager to build on their impressive win last weekend when they take on Georgia in their next Autumn Internationals match.
Wayne Pivac's side bounced back from a heavy defeat to New Zealand with a morale-boosting victory over Argentina.
And Man of the Match Taulupe Faletau stood out the most as it was his tries which inspired Wales to a hard-fought triumph.
But all focus is now on the Lelos – a side who have failed to beat Wales in their last three attempts.
However, Pivac will encourage his men not to be complacent having seen Italy pull off a shock win over Australia in the earlier rounds.
When is Wales vs Georgia?
- Wales are scheduled to entertain Georgia on Saturday, November 19.
- It is expected to kick off at 1pm UK time.
- Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales is the allocated arena for this encounter and it can host approximately 73,931 supporters.
- The Welsh dismantled Georgia 18-0 when the sides last met in an Autumn Nations Cup fixture.
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What TV channel is Wales vs Georgia on and can I live stream it?
- Wales vs Georgia will be shown LIVE on Amazon Prime in the UK.
- Subscription members of Amazon Prime can stream the entire action live via the official website.
- Alternatively, the app can be downloaded on any device of your choice.
What is the team news?
Wales manager Wayne Pivac has made SIX changes ahead of Saturday's encounter against Georgia.
Josh Macleod is finally set to make his debut after being robbed of the chance through an injury last year.
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Josh Adams and Leigh Halfpenny are expected to both make a their returns from the side-lines.
Rhys Priestland, Ben Carter and Jac Morgan have all been named in the starting line-up too.
- Wales to win 1/25
- Draw 50/1
- Georgia to win 14/1
All odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication
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