However, the Cardiff Blues are offering one junior supporter the chance of a lifetime to be a mascot for the match and lead the team out on what promises to be a very special occasion.
There was a superb atmosphere at the ground when the Blues notched up wins over local Welsh rivals the Ospreys and Scarlets earlier in the season and with the Australia attendance set to break the record 16,000 mark there is sure to be an electric atmosphere on the night and one lucky youngsters can be at the very centre of it.
The match will be the first time that the Cardiff Blues have played against Australia and securing the prestigious fixture is a feather in the cap for the region. Australia will also be the first national rugby side to play at the superb new Cardiff City Stadium.
In the amateur era touring sides would often play against the Welsh club sides and Cardiff RFC were undefeated against the Wallabies in six attempts, notching up victories in 1908, 1947, 1957, 1966, 1975 and most recently beating the Grand Slam tourists in 1984.
These matches would often be crammed with youngsters being taken by their fathers or on school trips to watch an international team for the first time. With tickets attractively priced from only £5 for juniors and £40 for family tickets (2 juniors 2 adults) in the Family Stand, the Blues hope many families and schools will take advantage of these fantastic prices.
The 1984 'Grand Slam' tour of Britain and Ireland was a series of eighteen matches played by the Australian national team and they were the first and only Australian side to achieve a Grand Slam doing so in four Tests against the Home Nations. A number of great Australian players made their names on that tour with David Campese, Michael Lynagh, Mark Ella and Nick Farr-Jones all coming to prominence.
Prices for this fantastic fixture are £20 for adults anywhere in the stadium and students can also purchase tickets anywhere in the stadium for only £10. Tickets can be purchased online at www.cardiffblues.com/tcikets or by calling the ticket office on 0845 345 1400.
You could win a chance to be a mascot and bring your family (4 tickets in total) with you to the match by answering this simple question.
What is the name of the Cardiff Blues mascot?
Send you answers with your name, address, contact telephone number and your age to Australia Competition, Cardiff Blues, Cardiff City Stadium, Leckwith Road, Cardiff CF11 8AZ or email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1.00pm Friday 20 November.