Wales v New Zealand: Biggar, Webb and Halfpenny face tests

Dan Biggar leaves the field against Australia
Dan Biggar made his Wales debut against Canada in November 2008
Autumn internationals: Wales v New Zealand
Venue: Millennium Stadium Date: Saturday, 22 November Kick-off: 17:30 GMT
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Wales will assess the fitness of Dan Biggar, Rhys Webb and Leigh Halfpenny on Monday ahead of Saturday's Test against New Zealand.

The trio did not feature in the 17-13 win over Fiji after suffering injuries in the defeat by Australia.

Fly-half Biggar suffered a groin injury during the 33-29 loss, while full-back Halfpenny suffered concussion.

Scrum-half Webb suffered a neck injury with Mike Phillips starting against Fiji.

Head coach Warren Gatland wants to hear hooker Richard Hibbard's explanation after he played for Gloucester on Friday night.

The Wales management believed Hibbard, 30, had a foot injury and Gatland said he would have put him in the squad against Fiji if he was fit.

Gloucester boss David Humphreys claimed Hibbard had Wales' permission to play.

"I just want to get some clarity on what's going on because either you're fit... [or not]," said Gatland.