Wales have not beaten New Zealand since 1953 - and it is now looking increasingly likely that wait will extend beyond this summer.

Wales are scheduled to visit Japan for a one-off Test on June 27th, before two Tests in New Zealand in July. 

Potential Pembrokeshire involvement centered around prop Rob Evans, who during the Six Nations fought his way back into the squad under Wayne Pivac.

James 'cubby' Davies was unlikely to be in contention having been out with a back injury since the World Cup late last year, but fellow Scarlets back rower Josh Macleod and winger Ryan Conbeer had both been mentioned as possible outsiders to be named.

But while no formal announcement has been made, Welsh Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies has said the trip could be aborted because of the coronavirus crisis.

Pivac's side are due to face the All Blacks in Auckland on July 4th with a second Test in Wellington seven days later. Wales are also due to host the same opposition in Cardiff on November 14th.

Confirmation on the tour is expected by the end of April, and New Zealand officials have also cast doubt on Wales facing the All Blacks this summer.

The 2019/20 Pro14 season, as well as all domestic rugby in Wales, has been already been declared null and void with no title winners to be declared, and no promotion or relegation to be implemented.