Wales vs South Africa rugby: Kick off time, TV channel, live stream, and team news for autumn international 2018

WALES bring their autumn international campaign to a close with a crunch clash against South Africa.

Warren Gatland's side can create history in Cardiff by securing their first four-Test autumn clean sweep following wins over Tonga, Australia and Scotland.

 Wales ace Tyler Morgan in action during the 74-24 win over Tonga

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Wales ace Tyler Morgan in action during the 74-24 win over Tonga

What TV channel is Wales vs South Africa on and can I live stream it?

This match will be shown live on BBC Two – with coverage starting at 5pm.

Fans can also stream the action live on BBCiPlayer.

Alternatively, you can keep up to date with all of the action on the SunSport live blog.

How do I watch Wales vs South Africa for free?

BBC Two is free for anyone in the UK with a valid TV licence.

You can purchase a colour TV licence for £150.50 or a black and white TV licence for £50.50.

Over 75s are entitled to a free TV licence.

When is kick-off?

This match will take place on Saturday, November 24.

It will kick-off at 5:20pm.

The Principality Stadium in Cardiff will host the autumn international clash.

What is the team news?

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WALES bring their autumn international campaign to a close with a crunch clash against South Africa.