Wales’ Rugby World Cup campaign starts Sunday 20th September – keep up to date with all the latest news and fixtures, and check our Rugby World Cup 2015 page for more information.

Wales’ Rugby World Cup Record: P32 W18 D0 L14

1987 Third
1991 Pool stages
1995 Pool stages
1999 Quarter-finals
2003 Quarter-finals
2007 Pool stages
2011 Fourth

How they qualified: Automatically as one of the top 12 sides at RWC 2011.

Vital statistic: 12 – The record number of World Cup tries Wales scored against Namibia in the 2011 Rugby World Cup game. Wales won 81-7. They share the record with New Zealand and South Africa.

Did you know? George North is the youngest ever try-scorer in a World Cup, scoring two tries against Namibia in 2011, aged just 19 years and 166 days

If they were a celebrity… Robert Downey Jnr – Hugely talented performer, with an iron-clad defence but prone to temporary lapses of judgement

Odds: 18-1

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