WALES Women coach Chris Horsman is relishing the chance to see his players under pressure on the big stage tomorrow.

The Wales versus Barbarians double-header kicks off at 11.45am when the hosts attempt to complete a superb autumn.

A young side started with defeat against Spain in Madrid but the squad has responded with wins against Ireland, Scotland and Crawshay's, now they aim to finish the job in front of a big crowd at Principality Stadium.

"We've spoken to the girls and that's where we want to be heading, we want to be playing in big pressurised situations and it's great that we've got that this weekend," said former prop Horsman.

"For me it's my first full international as a coach at the national stadium so we're all absolutely buzzing.

"We've all got our own individual reasons why we're looking forward to it but I think crucially it is the 'us' that's important as a group."

Wales are building nicely ahead of February's Six Nations and have strengthened their squad depth by rotating throughout the autumn campaign.

"We're building momentum in lots of different ways," said Horsman. The pleasing factor in the last four performances, I include Spain in it because that was a huge part of our journey, is the fact that we have fourteen new caps, and seven of those new caps are going to be on the field and on the bench against the Barbarians."

Wales are captained by number eight Siwan Lillicrap with the management changing two players from the 17-3 win against Scotland in Glasgow.

Paige Randall replaces Cardiff Blues teammate Rebekah O'Loughlin on the wing while scrum-half Keira Bevan gets the nod ahead of her Ospreys colleague Niamh Terry.

Wales full-back Dyddgu Hywel, who retired from international rugby earlier this year after winning 31 caps is in the Baa Baas side.

Wales: Lauren Smyth (Ospreys); Paige Randall (Cardiff Blues), Megan Webb (Cardiff Blues), Kerin Lake (Ospreys), Lisa Neumann (RGC); Elinor Snowsill (Bristol Bears), Keira Bevan (Ospreys); Gwenllian Pyrs (RGC), Kelsey Jones (Ospreys), Cerys Hale (Cardiff Blues), Natalia John (Ospreys), Gwen Crabb (Ospreys), Robyn Lock (Ospreys), Bethan Lewis (Gloucester/Dragons), Siwan Lillicrap (capt, Ospreys).

Replacements: Molly Kelly (RGC), Gwenllian Jenkins (Scarlets), Amy Evans (Swansea), Abbie Fleming (Cardiff Blues), Alex Callender (Scarlets), Ffion Lewis (Scarlets), Robyn Wilkins (Cardiff Blues), Kayleigh Powell (Ospreys).

Barbarians: Tess Gard'ner (Ponsonby & Auckland); Lauren Harris (Scotland), Ariana Hira (Kalamunda, Australia), Jenny Murphy (Old Belvedere RFC, Ireland), Dyddgu Hywel (Gloucester Hartpury, Wales); Ruahaei Demant (College Rifles, New Zealand), Brianna Miller (Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue RFC, Canada); Steph Te Ohaere-Fox (capt, Christchurch RFC, New Zealand). Clara Nielson (Bristol Bears, England), Silvia Turani (Rugby Colorno, Italy), Eloise Blackwell (Eden Rugby, New Zealand), Rebecca Clough (Cotteslow, Australia), Paula Fitzpatrick (St Mary's College RFC, Ireland), Anna Caplice (Harlequins, Ireland), Charmaine McMenamin (Ponsonby & Auckland, New Zealand).

Replacements: Sasha Acheson (Worcester Warriors, England), Saki Minami (Yokogawa Musashino Artemi-Stars, Japan), Seina Saito (Mie PEARLS, Japan), Beth Stafford (Firwood Waterloo), Alycia Washington (New York Rugby Club, Scion Rugby Academy, USA), Ashlee Byrge (San Diego Surfers, USA), Sene Naoupu (Old Belvedere RFC, Ireland), Annabel Sergeant (Old Belvedere RFC, Ireland).