All Blacks confirm date with Wales
March 6, 2014
New Zealand were too good for Wales when they last played the Dragons in Cardiff in 2012 © PA Photos
New Zealand will play Wales on this year's end-of-season tour, but New Zealand Rugby is yet to finalise the remainder of the All Blacks' schedule.
Wales will host the All Blacks at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on November 22, a week after New Zealand play Scotland at Murrayfield. The Dragons, meanwhile, will face Australia and Fiji in the weeks before the Test, and they will finish their campaign against South Africa a week later.
New Zealand last faced Wales in Cardiff in 2012, winning 33-10.
The All Blacks are believed to be likely to kick off their tour of Britain with a Test against England at Twickenham after a match against the United States en route to Europe.
The 2010 All Blacks celebrate their Grand Slam success against Wales © Getty Images
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