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Summary

  1. Wales beat Australia 9-6 at Principality Stadium
  2. Halfpenny (2) and Biggar kick penalties for hosts
  3. Wales' first win over the Wallabies since 2008
  4. Wales had lost their last 13 Tests against Australia

Live Reporting

By Dafydd Pritchard and Ceri Coleman-Phillips

All times stated are UK

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  1. And that's a wrap!

    Thanks for joining us.

    It's been a decent day for Wales' men and women.

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  2. Full match report of a 'nerve-shredding encounter'

    Read the full match report here

    Wales celebrate
  3. 'Gracious' winners

    As Wales celebrate their first win over the Wallabies in 10 years, captain Alun Wyn Jones said: "We've been gracious in defeat for a long time, now I'm going to make sure we're gracious in victory".

    George North hugs Israel Folau
    Wales player celebrate
    Ken Owens
    Josh Adams
  4. Post-match talking point

    Was this late hit on Leigh Halfpenny foul play?

    Leigh Halfpenny

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    Video caption: Warburton analyses whether Halfpenny challenge was a penalty
  5. Post update

    Sam Warburton

    Former Wales captain on BBC One

    Quote Message: I'm in bits... It could have gone either way, it was a proper game of chess.
  6. Full-time

    Wales 9-6 Australia

    It wasn't pretty, but Wales win the arm wrestle and claim a famous win in Cardiff

  7. And the man of the match is...

    Justin Tipuric has been awarded man of the match by commentator Jonathan Davies for his immense work at the breakdown

    Justin Tipuric
  8. Time for cool heads

    Wales are three minutes away from their first win against the Wallabies since 2008

  9. Penalty

    Wales 9-6 Australia

    Dan Biggar's first contribution is to slot over a penalty and put Wales back in front

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    Video caption: Biggar scores winning penalty against Australia
  10. Penalty

    Wales 6-6 Australia

    Matt To'omua keeps a cool head to bring the scores all square

  11. Biggar is back!

    As a dazed looking Leigh Halfpenny heads for a head injury assessment, Dan Biggar comes on to rapturous applause

  12. No foul play

    A late hit on Leigh Halfpenny is not deemed foul play, despite protests from the crowd

  13. Post update

    Sam Warburton

    Former Wales captain

    Quote Message: Wales have been lacking go forward from their front five. I'm looking at the front row strength both teams have on the bench and their introduction this half could be crucial. They will bring the pace, energy and ball carrying skills that have been missing so far.