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One draw in nine Tests during that time - against Saturday’s opponents Australia - is the best Wales have managed.
Australia were also the last southern hemisphere super-power Wales toppled, with Scarlets fly-half Jones kicking 14 points during a gripping 24-22 success in 2005.
Tri-Nations dominance has continued throughout this month’s packed programme of international fixtures.
Australia have beaten England, France and Italy, while South Africa saw off Wales, Scotland and England - the latter by a record score - and New Zealand brushed aside Scotland, Ireland and Wales without even conceding a try.
The All Blacks need victory over England at Twickenham on Saturday to complete a successful grand slam tour, so realistically, Wales have the final chance to strike a belated blow for 6 Nations rugby.
“We need to raise our standards,” said Jones, who wins his 75th cap this weekend. But if we do get to that level, then we will be successful.
“We didn’t have success against South Africa or New Zealand this month. Our performances are better, but it is all about winning.
“When we make line-breaks, we’ve got to score tries. It hasn’t quite happened for us, but at least we are doing good work to cut the line and create opportunities.
“We’ve got to keep knocking on the door. Winning is everything at international level - and we need to win.”
He added: “Against South Africa we had our opportunities, and the first-half display was decent against New Zealand.
“These type of games are always very physical, and speed at the contact area is key.
“You know when you play against one of the big three southern hemisphere teams, it’s the area where you have got to be clinical. If you are not, you will be blown off the park.”
Jones, who turns 31 next month, is in prime form, as illustrated by a storming display against the All Blacks that had his Wales boss Warren Gatland purring.
Gatland said: “I thought it was the best I have seen him play in a Welsh jersey. I thought he controlled the game.
“I thought he was magnificent, and we wouldn’t have replaced him (after 57 minutes) if he didn’t have cramp.”