The Welsh Rugby Union is encouraging all fans who are wanting to buy tickets for tomorrow's Invesco Perpetual clash between Wales and Fiji, not to leave it until the last minute.
With the Flying Fijians promising to play an open brand of rugby, and Warren Gatland's Wales already proving they have the try-scoring touch, an exciting match is anticipated at the Millennium Stadium.
Tickets for the match will be on sale from 9am at the Cardiff Rugby office (opposite Angle Hotel) on Westgate Street.
Ticket collections for the match will be availabe from 8am (Friday) at the Cardiff Arms on Westgate Street (next to Gate 3 of the Millennium Stadium).
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