Uncapped wings Jonah Holmes and Luke Morgan have been named in Wales' autumn Test squad.

The 26-year-olds, who play for Leicester and the Ospreys respectively, are the only international rookies among a 37-man group named by the Welsh Rugby Union for games against Scotland, Australia, Tonga and South Africa next month.

Wales head coach Warren Gatland, though, is without the likes of Scarlets flankers Aaron Shingler and James Davies, Bath number eight Taulupe Faletau, Cardiff Blues back-row forward Josh Navidi and Ospreys centre Scott Williams due to injuries.

Stockport-born Holmes qualifies for Wales through a grandparent, while Morgan is Wales' all-time sevens top points scorer.

Wales face Scotland in their opening game at the Principality Stadium on November 3.

Gatland said: "This autumn is the start of a 12-month countdown to the Rugby World Cup and it is a huge opportunity for the players.

"The players who performed and represented Wales so well in the summer deserve the opportunity again, and we are really pleased with the depth we have built across the squad."