Watch: Wales v South Africa

Live ReportingBy Alex BysouthAll times stated are UKGet involvedSend a text to 81111 (charged at your standard message rate)Twitter: Use the hashtag #bbcrugbyFacebook: BBC SportPosted at 17:4017:40’Very poor from South Africa’Wales 14-0 South AfricaJean de VilliersFormer South Africa international on BBC TwoThe decision making is very poor from South Africa.It was an interesting set-up from South Africa, only three defenders on the left-hand side, and Wales were able to exploit that.It’s an easy-ish run-in for Liam Williams.18 minsOutstanding offloadsWales 14-0 South AfricaGareth GriffithsBBC Sport Wales at the Principality StadiumSouth Africa were struggling to cope with Wales offload game which laid the platform for a wonderful set-piece move which resulted in a 12th Test try for Liam Williams.16 minsTry – Wales 12-0 South AfricaLiam Williams (16 mins)Posted at 17:3817:38Post updateSam WarburtonFormer Wales captain on BBC TwoLosing Dan Lydiate was a blow to Wales from a defensive point of view but sometimes these things work out. Ellis Jenkins, who adds more in attack, comes into the side and withing 10 minutes sets up a try.15 minsPost updateWales 7-0 South AfricaHere they go again.Gareth Anscombe feeds a rampaging Ken Owens, but he’s felled 15 metres short. Still Wales come, as Adam Beard checks for a route through and powers into a mound of green shirts head first.Scrum Wales around seven metres out.Posted at 17:3617:36’Just reward for Francis’Wales 7-0 South AfricaGarin JenkinsFormer Wales hooker on BBC Radio WalesWales are really coming off Gareth Davies at nine,
and that’s what culminated in that score and a just reward for Tomas Francis.Rex FeaturesCopyright: Rex Features13 minsPost updateWales 7-0 South AfricaFelt South Africa had started pretty brightly, but that was a superb, flowing move from Wales as they executed phase after phase. Clinical.Pieter-Steph du Toit almost capitalises on an intercept though… careful.Posted at 17:3417:34’Great try’Wales 7-0 South AfricaJonathan DaviesFormer Wales international on BBC TwoIt was a great break from Ellis Jenkins. Malcolm Marx is a great player but he buys the dummy from Ellis Jenkins.Pressure, patience and it paid off. That’s a great try.10 minsConverted try – Wales 7-0 South AfricaTomas Francis (10 mins)Wonderful hands from Alun Wyn Jones as he offloads mid-tackle and the Principality clicks up a notch in volume. The red machine keeps rolling towards the South Africa line, with Nicky Smith getting involved.George North looks to sneak down the right, but he’s wrapped up by green, Wales go inside…And over goes Tomas Francis. What a try! The powerful prop hits a great line and cannot be stopped as he dives between the sticks from close range.Easy extras for Gareth Anscombe. Great start for Wales.7 minsPost updateWales 0-0 South AfricaGareth Anscombe sticks one up high under the roof for George North to gallop after, but it goes loose.Ken Owens scoops it up, and Wales go left through hands before the ball pops out of Josh Adams’ grasp.Posted at 17:2717:27Anscombe’s added responsibilityWales 0-0 South AfricaJonathan DaviesFormer Wales international on BBC TwoI’m interested to see Gareth Anscombe take the kicking duties and see how he copes with that.5 minsPost updateWales 0-0 South AfricaThe Wales line is up quickly as Handre Pollard flings a forward pass. Finally a chance to get into the South Africa half for the hosts.Posted at 17:2617:26’South Africa have come to play’Wales 0-0 South AfricaJonathan DaviesFormer Wales international on BBC TwoThe ball was in play for a long, long play. South Africa have come to play.Kolbe has got amazing feet. He looks extremely dangerous4 minsPost updateWales 0-0 South AfricaPieter-Steph du Toit thinks he’s over!Great feet, but just the slightest hint of a stud in touch for the South African flanker as he skips down the left.Cheslin Kolbe with a jinking run to get the visitors moving.ReutersCopyright: Reuters2 minsPost updateWales 0-0 South AfricaSomething about the Springbok green that reminds me of a first watching my dad’s rugby videos as a kid. Tired and worn VHS from the ’95 World Cup…South Africa stick it deep in Welsh territory but the hosts look to run it out from almost their own try-line, before deciding against it.Good pressure from South Africa early on.0 minsPost updateWales 0-0 South AfricaRight then, here we go.One last push for an autumn clean sweep for Wales.Posted at 17:2117:21Last change for SpringboksWales v South Africa (17:20 GMT)The Springboks are forced into a very late change with wing Sbu
Nkosi pulling out and Cheslin Kolbe promoted from the bench. Damian Willemse is brought in as a replacement.Posted at 17:1917:19’A bruiser, with Wales to win…’Wales v South Africa (17:20 GMT)Eddie ButlerBBC Sport rugby commentatorA little bit uneasy re: the deal last week – the one that was going to allow Tonga to win. Instead, the 50-point spree that Wales unleashed in the final half-hour. Forgive the superstition. It exists purely to dampen overexcitement.Can Wales make it nine wins on the bounce? South Africa will be very direct and physical, but somehow Wales find it easier to cope with that style than the mazy Australian way.A bruiser, then. Of course. And at the end, exhausted Wales, with barely the strength left to raise an arm in celebration…Posted at 17:1917:19Post updateWales v South Africa (17:20 GMT)Anthems done. Goosebumps…Posted at 17:1917:19’Kicking game has to be spot on’Wales v South Africa (17:20 GMT)James HookFormer Wales fly-half on BBC Radio WalesLooking back to last autumn’s game when we beat South Africa, our kicking game was very good, short-kicking game, little chips over the
little crossfield kicks.I think that’s got to be spot on today and we’ll give ourselves
a good chance.
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