Taulupe Faletau looks set to make a Test match return on Saturday -- despite playing less than an hour of competitive rugby in 12 weeks.The Bath No.8 appears on course to be involved when Wales complete their autumn series by tackling South Africa in Cardiff.Faletau suffered a knee ligament injury on his Bath debut against Aviva Premiership opponents Northampton in early September.He was sidelined until last Fridays appointment with Bristol, when he featured for 55 minutes, which meant him missing Wales November appointments with Australia, Argentina and Japan.But the 26-year-old could even start against the Springboks, which would probably mean Gloucesters in-form Ross Moriarty switching to blindside flanker alongside Faletau and skipper Sam Warburton in the back-row.Alternatively, Wales interim head coach Rob Howley, who names his line-up on Thursday, might decide to use Faletau off the bench, using Warburton at blindside and Justin Tipuric reclaiming the No.7 shirt after missing last weekends 33-30 victory over Japan.Wales assistant coach Neil Jenkins said: I think Toby [Faletau] is just a ridiculously good rugby player. Watching him in training, he looks like he hasnt been out [injured]. He is a class act, a world-class No. 8, one of the best on the planet.For us to have him fit and back in the mix and back training is a fantastic addition to our squad.Wales have only beaten South Africa twice in 31 attempts -- in 1999 and 2014 -- but they face a Springboks side reeling from suffering seven defeats this year, with their last game being a 20-18 loss to Italy.South Africa do play a certain brand of rugby -- an intimidating and physical brand of rugby -- and I have no doubt they will come with that on Saturday, Jenkins added.Physically, they will try to outmuscle us on Saturday, there is no doubting that, and I think they will come route one.Weve got to be ready -- physically and mentally -- for that and make sure we impose our game on them.Despite their impressive record against Wales, South Africa will probably start as underdogs on Saturday, while a Welsh triumph would give them three autumn victories for the first time since 2002 when they toppled Romania, Fiji and Canada.Springboks assistant coach Matt Proudfoot said: We are looking first for improvements in execution. The players natural response will be to make a statement, but we need to make sure we focus on execution and skills.We feel we can put them [Wales] under pressure in a couple of areas, and we will be focusing on those. But we need to improve.Theyve got some good leadership in their pack, and it will be interesting to see if Faletau starts. Hes got a lot of experience, and Warburton is a world-class player.We just focus on the challenge at the weekend. What has happened before doesnt matter.They are a side that is well coached, theyre experienced, theyve got a very settled back-line. We are expecting a tough challenge. Under Armour Shoes Uk Sale . Ryan Garbutt had a goal and two assists as Dallas snapped a six-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. Under Armour Factory Outlet Uk . Newcastle dominated in the early stages but City weathered the storm and then raised its game in extra time. 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WHISTLER, British Columbia -- Those competing in World Cup luge races Saturday night got only one run instead of the customary two, because delays in getting the sleds to the track forced some schedule changes.John Fennell didnt even get that.Fennell, like all other athletes who rely on Nations Cup qualifying races to get a chance at being in the World Cup field, couldnt get on the track at the Whistler Sliding Center this week. Shipping problems meant most competitors planning to race in Whistler didnt have their sleds until Friday night, leading to a very condensed World Cup schedule -- with all training and races being squeezed into Saturday.To make that happen, Nations Cup runs were canceled.That meant a lot of sliders were in Whistler this week for nothing.I feel terrible for all of the athletes who have traveled to Whistler who will receive no time on the ice and will only be allowed to be spectators, USA Luge veteran Chris Mazdzer said.Mazdzer didnt like the move by International Luge Federation officials, and teammate Fennell was maybe the biggest casuality. Fennell used to race for Canada, knows the Whistler track well and this weekend was a legitimate chance for him to collect some critical World Cup points that could have gotten his first year with the Americans rolling.Instead, he got nothing. No points, and now probably no chance of qualifying for the world championships later this season.Im feeling angry, frustrated, upset, Fennell saiid.ddddddddddddI dont think its the right decision. Zero World Cup points is huge for me.Fennell had his sled with him in Whistler all week, while many sliders didnt get theirs until Friday night -- a truck involved in the shipping of sleds from last weekends World Cup in Lake Placid, New York got stuck in a snowstorm and it took several days to get the sleds rerouted and on the move again. But since so many sliders did not have equipment, Fennell and others who had their sleds were told to keep them off the ice.This was my best chance to do well this season and show coaches and the organization what Im capable of, and it was a waste of time, effort and money, Fennell said. Im walking away empty-handed.Canadas Alex Gough walked away in a very different mood. Gough won the womens race Saturday night on her home track, finishing the single-heat competition in 38.796 seconds. Germans took second and third, with Natalie Geisenberger finishing in 38.848 and Tatjana Huefner in 38.850.For the U.S., Emily Sweeney was fourth, Erin Hamlin sixth and Summer Britcher seventh.This was a very interesting week, Sweeney said.In doubles, Toni Eggert and Sascha Benecken of Germany prevailed in 38.542 seconds. Fellow Germans Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt were second in 38.570, and Peter Penz and Georg Fischler of Austria were third in 38.642. ' ' '