Glasgow Warriors are the only club to have won each of their opening three fixtures after overcoming the Cheetahs.
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- World#65 / 261-4
- Heineken Champions Cup#52 / 134-3
- Pro 14#25 / 59-1
- Cardiff Blues
- Ireland 08 Aug 2015
- Italy 05 Sep 2015
- England 29 May 2016
- Japan 19 Nov 2016
- Tonga 16 Jun 2017
- Chiefs 20 Jun 2017
- Hurricanes 27 Jun 2017
- Australia 11 Nov 2017
- Georgia 18 Nov 2017
- New Zealand 25 Nov 2017
- South Africa 02 Dec 2017
- Lyon 14 Oct 2018
- Glasgow Warriors 21 Oct 2018
Minutes Played %Minutes131Games2Total160
Tackles Won %Attempts22Tackles20Missed2
AttackPoints0Tries0Metres19Carries6Defenders Beaten2Clean Breaks0Passes10Offloads0Try Assists0
GeneralLineouts Won10Lineouts Lost3Collection Loose Ball1Lineout Throw Won Clean9Carries Support1Lineout Success1.53Collection Success1Lineout Throw Won Tap1Carries Not Made Gain Line15Lineouts To Own Player10Penalty Conceded Opp Half1Pen Offs1Lineout Throw Lost Outright3Penalty Conceded Handling In Ruck1Total Lineouts13Gain Line6Runs22
DefenceTackles20Missed Tackles2Turnovers Won0Turnovers Conceded0
DisciplinePenalties Conceded1Yellow Cards0Red Cards0
Leinster suffered a surprise Pro14 defeat against Ospreys on Saturday, while Cardiff Blues won for a fifth game in a row.
Wales make five changes for their Test against South Africa, with Scarlets centre Hadleigh Parkes to make his debut.
Captain Alun Wyn Jones is among a dozen players back in the Wales team to face the All Blacks in Cardiff this weekend.