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Wales' miserable run against Australia

Published 03/11/2016

Wales' Dan Biggar stands dejected after the 2015 World Cup defeat to Australia
Wales' Dan Biggar stands dejected after the 2015 World Cup defeat to Australia

Wales face Australia at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday, when they will aim to avoid suffering a 12th successive defeat against the Wallabies.

Wales have not beaten Australia since November 2008, with a subsequent run of losses including reversals at the 2011 and 2015 World Cups.

Here, Press Association Sport looks at Wales' recent tale of woe in the fixture.

WALES 12 AUSTRALIA 33 (Cardiff, November 28, 2009)

WALES 16 AUSTRALIA 25 (Cardiff, November 6, 2010)

WALES 18 AUSTRALIA 21 (Auckland, October 21, 2011)

WALES 18 AUSTRALIA 24 (Cardiff, December 3, 2011)

AUSTRALIA 27 WALES 19 (Brisbane, June 9, 2012)

AUSTRALIA 25 WALES 23 (Melbourne, June 16, 2012)

AUSTRALIA 20 WALES 19 (Sydney, June 23, 2012)

WALES 12 AUSTRALIA 14 (Cardiff, December 1, 2012)

WALES 26 AUSTRALIA 30 (Cardiff, November 30, 2013)

WALES 28 AUSTRALIA 33 (Cardiff, Novembner 8, 2014)

WALES 6 AUSTRALIA 15 (Lonfon, October 10, 2015)

Total points scored: Wales 197 Australia 267

Overall record: Played 39, Australia won 28, Wales won 10, one draw.

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