Wales have announced they will play in the autumn internationals against the Southern Hemisphere trio of Argentina, Australia and New Zealand.
Their autumn series campaign begins with the arrival of the All Blacks on Saturday, November 5, following which Argentina will play next week at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
Wales hosts Georgia on November 19, with four matches against Australia next Saturday.
Wales face South Africa on a three-Test tour this summer, with Welsh rugby union chief executive Steve Phillips hoping to be a key preparation for the 2023 World Cup after a disappointing six-nation campaign.
Wales finished fifth in six countries, winning only their second match against Scotland.
Phillips said: “In international rugby you always want to test yourself against the best teams and we will play one by one with the best teams in the world next year.
“With a three-Test tour of South Africa ahead of the 2022 Autumn series, we will face full opposition at the Rugby Championships.
“These matches, with the 2023 Six Nations Championship, will be an essential part of the preparation for the Rugby World Cup. ⁇
Sky Sports will broadcast the entire Wales tour of South Africa, the English tour of Australia, the Irish tour of New Zealand and the Scottish tour of Argentina.
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