Australia v Wales

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Attacking weapon Kurtley Beale has been named at fullback for the Wallabies. Image courtesy of au.eurosport.com.
Australian selectors have installed faith in troubled Wallabies  star Kurtley Beale for their third test against Wales  in Sydney on Saturday afternoon. Beale has been named to make his return to the international arena as fullback moving Adam Ashley-Cooper to the right wing in place of Cooper Vuna. Waratahs lock Sitaleki Timani replaces Rob Simmons in the starting XV who moves to the bench.

The Welsh would be proud of their tour efforts so far, however would be asking questions of their stamina after failing to close out the fast finishing Wallabies in both tests. The Wallabies have recorded 1-12 wins in both games and will be hoping to build on two solid attacking performances in the third test. This is the 33rd meeting between the two sides with the Wallabies boasting an impressive 21-10 record with the 2006 clash in Wales ending in a dramatic 29-29 draw. The Welsh haven’t recorded a win against Australia on their home soil since 1969. 

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