Wales will be hoping to end their horror run of defeats when taking on Australia at the Millennium Stadium this afternoon (KO 2.30pm).
Australia, in turn, will be looking to give captain Nathan Sharpe the perfect send-off after an illustrious Wallaby career which has seen him claim 116 caps. The towering second row is the second most capped Wallaby of all time, with scrum half George Gregan (139) the only player ahead of him. He will be playing Wales for a record 14th time.
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