Wales has probably lost to Australia for the last 13 but Warren Gatland has left three of his older players on the bench for a Wallabies exam in Cardiff along with co-captains at last year's tour to Argentina.
Northampton fly-half Dan Biggar and Saracens's wing Liam Williams, who last year traveled to New Zealand with the Lions, were named as substitutes who missed a victory over Scotland because they could not secure their clubs. They are joined by Rob Evans and the leaders in Argentina, Cory Hill and Ellis Jenkins, while Gatland believes the bench is the key to ending the loss against Australia.
Worcester Josh Adams to win his fifth hat on the wing, Gareth Anscombe continues in the middle of the fly, Nicky Smith holds Evans from the front row and Adam Beard, who is not the first choice for Ospreys when all of their other ranks are fit, keeps out Hill.
"We wanted some continuity since last week, as well as a reward for the players who did well in the summer," Gatland said. "We know Liam's ability and that gives us a good chance to look at Josh and when we are aware of Dan's qualities, we did not want Gareth to get back on the bench after one game." Adam Beard is 6ft 8in and 19th, a player of the future who has real skills in the position where we want to create strength We want to see how to get to the next level I have had honest interviews with the players who have not been chosen It is not about the media humor that someone is not selected but builds for the next 10 months .
"We have one of the strongest benches we have had for a long time, there is some experience and we have talked about the importance of the substitute's influence, and many of the defeats to Australia have happened because we have not been clinic in the last few minutes. about trust, with Australia's biggest rivals in the World Cup pool next year, and we have to follow expectations. "
Considering last year's defeat Wales 29-21 in Cardiff, Australia lost nine tests out of 12 and admitted 42 attempts. Michael Cheika made five changes, one position, from a party that lost last month to New Zealand in Japan.
"I'm not doing our last run against Wales," Cheika said. "If you want to find a pattern, you can find it anywhere. Wales has several victories in a row [six] and are the third in the world.
"They are in peak form, but it's as good as I've seen that we've come to Europe in recent years, we're pretty hungry for a period of indifference, and there's a really good feeling in the camp, everybody suffered training and it was a little upsetting. Warren is one of the best coaches in the world, and he's a well-off team, a great opportunity to take his head. "