Wales v Italy - match facts
Wales take on Italy in their final match of the 2016 RBS 6 Nations hoping to bounce back from last weekend's defeat to England.
Here, Press Association Sport looks at some facts behind Saturday's match at the Principality Stadium.
* The countries have met on 23 occasions. Wales lead the series 20-2, with one draw.
* Wales' record win in the series was a 61-20 success during last season's Six Nations, while Italy boast a best of 30-22 in Rome 13 years ago.
* Wales have won nine successive Test matches against Italy.
* Flanker Dan Lydiate will captain Wales for the first time in a Test match on Saturday.
* Victory for Wales would see them secure a runners-up finish for the first time in the Five or Six Nations Championship since 1980.
* Wales wing Hallam Amos will make his Six Nations debut on Saturday.
* George North will become only the second Welshman after Shane Williams eight years ago to score tries in four successive Six Nations games if he touches down against Italy.
* Italy are already consigned to the wooden spoon and last place in this season's Six Nations after losing four games and conceding 157 points and 20 tries.
* Neil Jenkins holds the Wales record for most points in a match against Italy, amassing 27 in 2000.
* Italy have only won twice away from home in Six Nations history, beating Scotland at Murrayfield in 2007 and 2015.