The Welsh national rugby team will play its fourth and last autumn international with the Springboks at the principality stadium in Cardiff in the under armor series. This is a series of matches the welsh team plays which start in November and end in December. South Africa vs Wales Men’s Rugby Cardiff Game Analysis will help you to know about theĀ likeliest winner of the Saturday game since the winner will take the Prince William cup.

South Africa vs Wales Rugby Cardiff Game Analysis

The South Africans will be oozing with confidence, having won their last two matches. One against France, and the other against Italy while the hosts, on the other hand, will try to make a comeback from their humiliating defeat to New Zealand on the 25th of November.

Springboks At Welsh Game Schedule

The Game is knocking at the door so, right now collect your ticket and enjoy the game bodily at the Stadium. No matter if you unable to go to the stadium, enjoy the game through satellite and find similarities with South Africa vs Wales Men’s Rugby Cardiff Game Analysis. Here you will get the info about theĀ date, time, venue.

Key Players To Watch

The Springbok coach will be making minimal changes with Coenie Oosthuizen coming back from injury as their Welsh counterparts will miss the services of lock Jake ball and scrum-half Rhys Webb, both who got injuries from their New Zealand match.

Loose forward Siya Kolisi is back and joins with the Springboks troops for the 2nd December Under Armor series.

Cardiff Encounters Springboks vs Welsh

The two teams have had a total of 18 encounters in Cardiff since they first met at St. Helenā€™s, Swansea in 1906, with South Africa winning 14 of those while Wales won 3, the last one being their 27-13 victory on December 2 last year, and one draw which they got in 1970.

South Africa Previous Matches

The Springboks have not been at their best in the recent past, having won only two of their last five matches. They were beaten by New Zealand home and away and recently recorded a historical loss to Ireland in the middle of their tour. They have however won their last two matches against France and Italy respectively.

Wales Last Couple Of Matches

The hosts have recorded mixed results over the last five matches, having recorded three narrow victories against Georgia, Samoa, and tango, while losing to Australia and New Zealand.

Wales vs Springboks Head To Head

Both the teams meet for 32 times before coming Saturday where The Springboks lead with 28 times win. Simultaneously, they both make a game draw on Saturday 24th January 1970. Most interestingly the 3 times meeting in the neutral venue The Springboks won all 3 games.

Cardiff Game Prediction

Though the South Africans might have recorded dismal performance in the recent past, they have an upper hand in winning this test based on their history of playing against Wales. They have motivation from their last two victories coupled with Coenie Oosthuizen‘s return from injury. They’ll also be aiming to revenge the defeat they received last year during the encounter between the two sides. Wales too will be aiming to finish the season on a high, but have lost two key players to injury. This gives the Springboks the upper hand.

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