The Wales squad has announced for Autumn Nations Series 2021, Guinness Six Nations Championship 2021 Wayne Pivac will face the world’s top three teams from Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa in this year’s series. Rugby Fans can buy Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

As well as Australia, Wales will also face Fiji, their second challengers in the 2023 Rugby World Cup during the movement, as Pivac continues to prepare for the global championship.

The Wales squad has announced for Autumn Nations Series 2021
The Wales squad has announced for Autumn Nations Series 2021

Head coach Pivac called on Wyn Jones, Ken Owens, Alun Wyn Jones, Adam Beard, Gareth Davies, Dan Bigger, Louis Rees-Zammit, and Liam Williams’ eight 2021 British and Irish Lions experience, while Scarlet’s WillGriff John and Exeter Chief’ Christ Tshiunza are the only players in the team without a cap.

Wyn Jones is mentioned along with the unwitting Rhodri Jones and Rhys Carre. Dillon Lewis and WillGriff John have been selected for the 2020 Guinness Six Nations team, but there is no upper limit, with Tomas Francis being called an iron man.

Ken Owens was named a prostitute along with his Scarlets teammate Ryan Elias and Elliot Dee of Dragons.

Who returned to the Ospreys last weekend, if he played in the 2021 Autumn Nations Series? Captain Alun Wyn Jones would become the most played international player in history.

Adam Beard, Will Rowlands, Ben Carter, Seb Davies, and Christ Tshuinza were named in the second row, and Ross Moriarty, Taine Basham, Ellis Jenkins, Aaron Wainwright, Taulupe Faletau, and Thomas Young of Wasps were named in the back row.

Cardiff Rugby’s Rhys Priestland is back in the team for the first time since the last international match against New Zealand in November 2017. Gareth Anscombe, Dan Biggar, and Callum Sheedy were also on the outside line.

Johnny Williams, Jonathan Davies, Nick Tompkins and Uilisi Halaholo will fill the middle position, Josh Adams, Owen Lane, Louis Rees-Zammit, Johnny McNicholl, and Liam Williams will be nominated as the bottom three.

If he played in the 2021 Autumn National Series
If he played in the 2021 Autumn Nations Series

“Because the global pandemic is particularly difficult for everyone, I believe we all need this game, we know that the first game with New Zealand is outside the international window,” Pivac said.

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“I have to make with less rugby than usual for the season, it will be great to play in front of a large audience again and many players are experiencing this for the first time.

“This is one of the firmest selections, separately from injuries and players’ inability to play.

“A lot of players haven’t reached their best form yet, you want to pick players when you consider options, who are in good shape but to be honest. We looked at a performance at this level in the past, including the very successful Six Nations Sports, if you wish, we have entered some of this information into the current form.

“But it does mean that more players will have the chance to be exposed to this level of rugby force us to look deeper than usual, Injuries in certain positions, especially open positions. As we continue to prepare for the 2023 Rugby World Cup, this will only be good.”

FORWARDS (21):

Wyn Jones (Scarlets) (35 caps)

Rhodri Jones (Ospreys) (21 caps)

Seb Davies (Cardiff Rugby) (9 caps)

Christ Tshiunza* (Exeter Chiefs) (Uncapped)

Ross Moriarty (Dragons) (48 caps)

Thomas Young* (Wasps) (3 caps)

Rhys Carre (Cardiff Rugby) (13 caps)

Ken Owens (Scarlets) (82 caps)

Elliot Dee (Dragons) (40 caps)

Ryan Elias (Scarlets) (19 caps)

Dillon Lewis (Cardiff Rugby) (31 caps)

WillGriff John (Scarlets) (Uncapped)

Tomas Francis (Ospreys) (57 caps)

Alun Wyn Jones (Ospreys) (148 caps)

Adam Beard (Ospreys) (25 caps)

Will Rowlands (Dragons) (10 caps)

Ben Carter (Dragons) (3 caps)

Taine Basham (Dragons) (3 caps)

Ellis Jenkins (Cardiff Rugby) (11 caps)

Aaron Wainwright (Dragons) 31 caps)

Taulupe Faletau* (Bath Rugby) (86 caps)

BACKS (17):

Tomos Williams (Cardiff Rugby) (25 caps)

Gareth Davies (Scarlets) (62 caps)

Kieran Hardy (Scarlets) (7 caps)

Josh Adams (Cardiff Rugby) (32 caps)

Owen Lane (Cardiff Rugby) (4 caps)

Louis Rees-Zammit* (Gloucester Rugby) (9 caps)

Johnny McNicholl (Scarlets) (5 caps)

Gareth Anscombe (Ospreys) (27 caps)

Rhys Priestland (Cardiff Rugby) (50 caps)

Dan Biggar* (Northampton Saints) (92 caps)

Callum Sheedy* (Bristol Bears) (12 caps)

Johnny Williams (Scarlets) (3 caps)

Jonathan Davies (Scarlets) (91 caps)

Nick Tompkins* (Saracens) (13 caps)

Uilisi Halaholo (Cardiff Rugby) (7 caps)

Ben Thomas (Cardiff Rugby) (1 cap)

Liam Williams (Scarlets) (71 caps)

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