Six Nations champions Wales will host reigning Rugby World Cup holders South Africa in Cardiff on Saturday, 6 November.
Kick-off is at 19:30 SA time.
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It took the Wales 93 years – from 1906 to 1999 – to register their first win over the Springboks.
However, their record since then is far more impressive, winning five of the last seven Tests between the two countries.
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Four of those wins came in Cardiff with the fifth coming in Washington DC, while the Springbok victories have been a narrow 19-16 in the 2019 World Cup semi-finals in Yokohama and an equally tight 23-19 win in the 2015 World Cup quarter-finals in London.
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The Springboks’ last win in Cardiff was 24-15 triumph in November 2013.
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SPRINGBOKS V WALES ALL-TIME STATS:
Played – 36
SA won – 29
Wales won – 6
Draw – 1
Points for SA – 922
Points for Wales – 568
Springbok tries scored – 110
Wales tries scored – 48
Highest Springbok score – 96
Biggest Springbok win – 83 points (96-13, Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria, 27 June 1998)
Springbok win percentage – 80.6%
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