Wales playing home matches in England over the next 12 months is a serious possibility moving forward, according to a report from Wales Online.
The ground it is set to remain a medical facility until the end of October, as part of an open-ended agreement between the WRU and the NHS.
Heading for Wembley would certainly bring back some memories!https://t.co/jOr6nljxjm— Simon Thomas (@simonrug) June 23, 2020
The report has suggested that Wembley and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are both being seriously considered as potential venues with the Principality out of order.
The largest capacity Welsh venue would be the Cardiff City Stadium at 33,000, which means the WRU would have to refund tickets for the Autumn internationals.
Wayne Pivac’s Wales are due to host Scotland in a rearranged Six Nations fixture on October 31 and then entertain New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina and Fiji in November.
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Oh dear, oh dear. However much we will them on, sometimes deals just don’t turn out the way we hoped – or anything like it, as these disasters demonstrate.
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