Wales could host games in London to raise funds
Wales will play Scotland on Oct 31 in the final match of the postponed Six Nations and Georgia on Nov 21 in the first match of the Autumn Nations Cup without fans at Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli.
The Welsh Rugby Union may host the Autumn Nations Cup fixtures – against England on Nov 28 and the play-off final on Dec 5 – in London if supporters are allowed to attend, as it would generate income. “Given how vital Wales games are to the funding of our sport, it was only right that every option was explored,” said WRU chief executive Steve Phillips. “We hope that supporters will understand that we are duty bound to continue to explore all options before making a final call with respect to England and the Autumn Nations Cup final match.”