|Autumn internationals: Wales v South Africa|
|Venue: Principality Stadium Date: Saturday, 2 December Kick-off: 14:30 GMT|
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Scarlets centre Hadleigh Parkes will make his Wales debut against South Africa on Saturday in Cardiff.
The New Zealander, 30, has completed his residency period and features up at centre alongside Scott Williams.
Scott Andrews starts at tight-head prop, with Leon Brown, Samson Lee and Tomas Francis injured or unavailable.
At lock Cory Hill replaces Jake Ball, who dislocated a shoulder in closing weekend’s loss to New Zealand, while Aled Davies starts at scrum-half.
His namesake Gareth Davies were given right here off the bench against New Zealand closing week then again has been ruled out, while Rhys Webb suffered a head knock within the an identical game despite the fact that the Osprey is on the bench for this weekend’s game in Cardiff.
Scrum-half Davies’ Scarlets team-mate Parkes will make his Wales debut against the Springboks, having not been eligible for the principle three Tests of the autumn – that experience seen Wales lose to Australia and the All Blacks and narrowly beat Georgia.
The Kiwi qualifies on residency grounds on the day of the game, 2 December, having joined the Scarlets in 2014.
Wales are without centre Jamie Roberts, who has returned to his English club aspect Harlequins.
Coach Warren Gatland is correct all the way down to the bare bones inside the front row and hooker Ken Owens is the latest casualty with a once more harm, with Kristian Dacey starting instead.
“Saturday is an opportunity to continue to build on what we have done so far and round off the autumn campaign with a big performance,” discussed Gatland.
“We have spoken about exposing the squad to Test have compatibility rugby and this weekend is a smart selection for Hadleigh to earn his first cap and for Aled to make his first get began of the selling marketing campaign.
“We have had a few knocks from remaining weekend, with Ken [Owens], Leon [Brown] and Jake [Ball] unavailable however that simply supplies a possibility for Kristian, Scott [Andrews] and Cory to begin.”
Dragons’ Brown turn into the third prop to withdraw from the squad earlier this week.
The 21-year out of date has a concussion, while Exeter’s Francis has returned to his club and is unavailable with the have compatibility outside the sector window.
Scarlets’ Lee is also out with an Achilles problem, so Ospreys tight-head Rhodri Jones has joined the squad and offers quilt to the volume three position from the bench.
Andrews, 28, has been on loan at Bath from Cardiff Blues this season and is set to win his 14th cap, playing his first international since going thru Japan in November 2016.
In the back-row, Taulupe Faletau is available without reference to being based totally in England, despite the fact that his club aspect Bath face being fined by the use of Premiership Rugby for releasing the volume eight for a have compatibility carried out outside World Rugby’s autumn Tests window.
His fellow British and Irish Lions forward Justin Tipuric, 28, has a thigh harm and has returned to Ospreys.
That sees Blues’ Josh Navidi continue at open-side after his impressive potency against the All Blacks, while Aaron Shingler moreover helps to keep his place at blind-side.
Full-back Liam Williams unnoticed the New Zealand game with an abdomen harm then again would have returned to his English club Saracens regardless for Saturday’s game.
Lions Sam Warburton, George North and Ross Moriarty had been all unavailable for Wales’ autumn series with long-term injuries, while Jonathan Davies was injured inside the opening loss to the Wallabies.
Wales: Halfpenny; Amos, S Williams, H Parkes, S Evans; Biggar, A Davies; R Evans, Dacey, Andrews, Hill, A W Jones, Shingler, Navidi, Faletau.
Replacements: Dee, W Jones, R Jones, S Davies, Lydiate, Webb, Patchell, Watkin.
Referee: Jerome Garces (France).
Assistants: Wayne Barnes (England) and Frank Murphy (Ireland).
TMO: Rowan Kitt (England).