They follow the Scotland match by taking on Ireland on Tuesday, April 13 at Deramore and end up against England at Shaws Bridge SC on Friday, April 16.
A squad of 11 backs and 15 forwards will be in Ireland for the three matches, coached by former Aberavon and Wales scrum half Ray Giles and the ex-Newbridge lock Rob Beale, who now coaches at Risca.
One late change in the pack has seen Ashleigh James (Bonymaen) come in as a hooker after Anthony Gills (Dunvant) was forced to withdraw. In the backs there is also one change as wing Tom Stephens (Mumbles) is unfit and his place goes to a fly half - Rhys Jones (Abergavenny), the son of the former Wales senior captain and flanker Kingsley Jones.
1999. (In Scotland) - Wales beat Ireland 15-10; England 17-9; Scotland 16-11.
2000. (In Ireland) - Wales beat Ireland 20-3; England 21-14. Drew Scotland 18-18.
2001. (In Wales) - Wales beat Scotland 24-10; England 24-10; Four-Nations XV 40-10.
2002. (In England) - Wales beat Ireland 20-5; England 23-19. Drew Scotland 16-16.
2003. (In Scotland) - Wales beat Ireland 41-6; Scotland 19-15. Drew England 21-21.
This season Wales has already won a Four-Nation Tournament in Wales, by defeating Portugal (und-19s) 24-0; Spain (und-19s) 92-10; Italy 37-8.