England Make Two Changes For Crucial Wales Clash

England Make Two Changes For Crucial Wales Clash

England Make Two Changes For Crucial Wales Clash

"They are obviously still continuing that run of 23 games out of 24, which is great, but we know England will have to step it up another gear and it all remains to be seen whether Wales can come out at Twickenham and play in that same vain and that form, with that confidence, because conditions will be different". He's a young guy, he's inexperienced, and is their third-choice No. 10.

After starting the tournament with no expectations from the public, Wales head over the Severn Bridge with hopes suddenly high because of the manner of their victory against Scotland. "He's got to find guys around him to help him because he's going to be under some heat".

Wales coach Warren Gatland has named the same starting XV that beat Scotland 34-7 in their Six Nations opener for Saturday's meeting with England at Twickenham.

Jones names his team on Thursday morning but on Wednesday night he trimmed his squad to 25 players with the injured Ben Youngs the only absentee from the match-day squad against Italy.

England have had the edge over Wales in recent meetings winning the last three clashes and five of the last six games.

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With such a fast and furious backline it can't be expected that Wales will do anything different than the Scottish game. Is that difficult? It's difficult, it's difficult if you haven't used your 18 months well. "We've had great preparation".

Wales: L Halfpenny (Scarlets); J Adams (Worcester), S Williams (Scarlets), H Parkes (Scarlets), S Evans (Scarlets); R Patchell (Scarlets), G Davies (Scarlets); R Evans (Scarlets), K Owens (Scarlets), S Lee (Scarlets), C Hill (Dragons), A W Jones (Ospreys, capt), A Shingler (Scarlets), J Navidi (Cardiff Blues), R Moriarty (Gloucester). "They had no expectation on them last Saturday but this week they come full of expectation".

"If they continue to do that then it will cause England a few problems", Land Rover ambassador Robinson told Omnisport. The 82,000, it's like our 24th man.

"I feel well-equipped to go out there and do my thing on Saturday". Wigglesworth will have to wait for his global return though, with Danny Care being named in the starting line-up.

Danny Care replaced the injured Ben Youngs and will move past 2003 Rugby World Cup victor Matt Dawson as England's most-capped scrumhalf, on 78 appearances. [Brown] is not going to say, yeah I am as good as Watson on the front, because he's not. Jones, however, was happy to return fire.

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