Wales vs Argentina:: What time does it start, what TV channel is it on and where can I watch it?

A look ahead to the Autumn International fixture at the Principality Stadium

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It’s a big game for…

George North: The 24-year-old struggled on the weekend as Wales were beaten comfortably 32-8 by Australia and was taken off with 20 minutes to play. The Northampton Saints winger will be looking to help his side get back to winning ways as Wales are currently on a six-match losing streak.

Weird stat…

The last five matches between these two teams have all taken place at the Millennium Stadium, dating back to 2007. Wales have won four and lost one of those games and are looking to extend their good record against Argentina at the newly renamed Principality Stadium.

Remember when…

Wales recorded their biggest ever win against the Pumas with a 40-6 victory at the Millennium Stadium in November 2013. This was the home side’s first victory in an autumn international since 2009 and was helped by a phenomenal try by scrum-half Mike Phillips.

Player to watch…

Tomas Cubelli: Cubelli is contracted to the Brumbies in Australia, which makes him the only one of Argentina’s entire 31-man squad to play abroad. The 27-year-old scored a late try in Argentina’s recent victory over Japan and is likely to start beside fly-half Nicolas Sanchez, who registered 29 points in the same game.

Past three meetings…

Wales 40 Argentina 6, Autumn International, November 2013

Wales 12 Argentina 26, Autumn International, November 2012

Wales 28 Argentina 13, World Cup warm-up, August 2011

Form guide…



Vital information…

KICK-OFF TIME: 5:30pm, Saturday 12 November

TV: Live on BBC Two

Referee: Angus Gardner




DRAW: 20/1

(Odds provided by SkyBet)