Injuries and unavailability have undeniably forced Wayne Pivac’s hand a fair bit during this autumn campaign so far.
Changes have been made and players have come in and out of the side and, as a result, and there are now 10 players yet to have featured.
Looking ahead to the penultimate match of the campaign, against Fiji this weekend, there is a good chance all of them could play some part.
Starting in the back division, Alex Cuthbert has made his return to the squad for the first time since 2017.
Called up as cover during the week of the All Blacks clash after Liam Williams was ruled out, the Ospreys winger has yet to add to his 47 caps – with Scarlets full-back Williams returning to feature in the Springboks match.
Pivac said he had called up Cuthbert, who has been short of minutes in the past year or so, to get a closer look at the 2013 Lions tourist.
That could amount to just viewing Cuthbert in training, but it is easy to imagine it could extend to some form of action against Fiji this weekend.
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The same goes for Willis Halaholo and Scott Williams in midfield.
Cardiff star Halaholo looked destined for a starting spot against the All Blacks only for a positive Covid-19 test to deny him what would have been the biggest test of his international career to date.
Johnny Williams and Nick Tompkins have both worn the 12 jersey since, but it would certainly be cruel on Halaholo were he not to feature at some point this autumn.
The same goes for Scarlets star Williams, who has rejuvenated his career since returning to Parc y Scarlets.
He has arguably been the form centre in Wales this season, but he was not named in Pivac’s initial autumn squad until Halaholo’s positive Covid test.
However, now he is in camp, it would be a shame for him not to feature. It’s hard to really assess how Pivac views him moving forward. He alluded to the fact they were aware of Williams’ form when he initially missed out, begging the question of whether he is seen as a long-term option.
Moving into the half-backs, Kieran Hardy and Callum Sheedy have also yet to see a minute of action.
With Pivac having named the same two scrum-halves in his matchday squads for the first two weekends, Hardy will, fitness permitting, almost certainly be involved against Fiji in some shape or form.
As for Sheedy, he would have initially expected to come into this autumn campaign as second-choice No. 10, pushing to usurp Dan Biggar for the starting role.
However, the fact he missed the All Blacks game as it was outside the Test window has, as he put himself, forced him behind the eight ball before he had even started.
While he was with Bristol Bears, Gareth Anscombe and Rhys Priestland got minutes in the jersey and it is now unclear quite where he sits in the pecking order.
Prior to the autumn, you would have backed Anscombe to be eased through part of the Fiji game as a way of getting him up to speed with Test rugby, but having featured in both games so far he may well be given a rest.
As such, it seems likely that Priestland and Sheedy will share the fly-half duties on Sunday – with there no real early standout on who starts.
Meanwhile, in the pack, there could be Wales debuts for Christ Tshiunza and Rhys Davies this weekend.
Seb Davies has packed down in the back-row off the bench in the last two games, but with Exeter youngster Tshiunza now in camp, there could be a temptation to blood him as a hybrid lock/back-row, with Wales’ blindside options still looking a little short at the minute.
As for Davies, it would certainly be tempting to get him involved as Adam Beard and Will Rowlands have picked up the slack after Alun Wyn Jones was ruled out for several months.
Wales are somewhat light on experienced locks, so getting Davies some exposure at Test level only seems like the natural thing to do.
Sticking in the back-five, another back-row option who will surely feature somehow is Thomas Young .
He is hardly as green as some of the names on this list, despite his lack of caps, and you would feel confident throwing him in against either of Wales’ remaining opponents.
There is also the idea that, as with the other England-based players, if they are not involved this weekend, then they will only be released back to their clubs – reducing their time in camp with Wales.
It might be worth finding them minutes for that reason alone.
At flanker, Shane Lewis-Hughes is yet to feature, preventing him from adding to the three caps to his name after three international outings last autumn.
Finally, the last remaining player to have not played is the most recent call-up. Gareth Thomas was called into the squad in place of his Ospreys team-mate Rhodri Jones.
He made his debut in the summer against Canada and was then involved in the following two matches against Argentina, starting the last one.
Wales’ scrum has hardly gone well this autumn which could prompt two responses from Pivac: either making changes or sticking with the front-line until improvements are found.
Either way, there is a decent chance the loose-head will play some part this weekend.