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Wales U20s v New Zealand U20s live updates, TV channel and kick-off time

Wales Under-20s take on New Zealand Under-20s in their opening game of the World Championships this evening.

Head coach Richard Whiffin has named Dragons back-row Ryan Woodman as skipper for tonight's clash after he missed the junior Six Nations through injury.

Whiffin has gone with tried and tested for the game against the All Blacks, with just two uncapped players - centre Steffan Emanuel and scrum-half Lucca Setaro - in the matchday squad. Both take their places among the replacements.

The match takes place at Athlone Stadium, Cape Town, with kick-off at 6pm. The game is being streamed live on RugbyPass or you call follow our blog below for the latest.

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Wales XV: Huw Anderson (Dragons RFC); Harry Rees-Weldon (Dragons RFC), Louie Hennessey (Bath Rugby), Macs Page (Scarlets), Aidan Boshoff (Bristol Bears); Harri Wilde (Cardiff Rugby), Ieuan Davies (Bath Rugby); Josh Morse (Scarlets), Isaac Young (Scarlets), Sam Scott (Bristol Bears), Jonny Green (Harlequins), Osian Thomas (Leicester Tigers), Ryan Woodman (Dragons RFC, capt), Lucas de la Rua (Cardiff Rugby), Morgan Morse (Ospreys).

Replacements: Harry Thomas (Scarlets), Jordan Morris (Dragons RFC), Kian Hire (Ospreys), Nick Thomas (Dragons RFC), Harry Beddall (Leicester Tigers), Lucca Setaro (Scarlets), Harri Ford (Dragons RFC), Steffan Emanuel (Cardiff Rugby).

Read more on walesonline.co.uk