Genuine Welsh rugby fans seeking tickets to the last two games in the Invesco Perpetual Series against South Africa and Australia have been given an 11th hour boost with the release of "a few hundred tickets" for public sale. The tickets have become available from the Welsh Rugby Union following their crackdown on the unofficial sale of tickets through various channels.

"We’ve conducted a number of operations around the games this month and uncovered a lot of helpful facts and data on where tickets go once they are bought by clubs and debenture holders. Due to this we have decided not to release tickets to certain third parties and organisations," said Millennium Stadium chief executive Paul Sergeant. "The few hundred tickets we have left for the last two games this month will go on sale on Wednesday morning and we hope these will find their way into the hands of genuine fans. The response from the Welsh public to this series has been incredible and the games against the Springboks and Wallabies will be 74,000 sell-outs."

The tickets (all at £45) will be available for purchase from Wednesday morning (9.00am) from the WRU shop at 98, St Mary Street, Cardiff. The shop will remain open until 7.00pm on Wednesday and 9.00pm on Thursday. Also on sale at present are tickets to the third International Supercross event at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday, 3 December. Tickets for this high-octane event are £18 and £25 for adults and £10 and £13 for juniors.