Wales are the favourites to win the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Well, that’s what Eddie Jones has claimed, anyway. Warren Gatland’s recruits are currently ranked as the best side on the planet, however, so suggestions that they should be lifting the Webb Ellis trophy come November are hardly ludicrous. One thing
What did you think of that match at the Millennium Stadium this afternoon? How did the game compare to last week's outing at Twickenham? What were the main talking points?
Having won convincingly at Twickenham last weekend, the pressure is off England this time as the teams head to the Millennium Stadium for a rematch. Instead it is Wales who will be feeling that this is a must-win match for them, lest they head into a potential Rugby World Cup quarter-final
England men’s head coach Eddie Jones has named his team to play Wales in Cardiff on Saturday (KO 2:15pm live on Sky Sports).
George Ford will captain the side again following Sunday’s 33-19 win over Wales at Twickenham Stadium.
There are three changes to the starting XV that played last
Warren Gatland has named the Wales team to face England in the second Rugby World Cup warm-up match this weekend. WALES TEAM TO FACE ENGLAND
15. Liam Williams (Saracens) (56 Caps)
14. George North (Ospreys) (84 Caps)
13. Jonathan Davies (Scarlets) (74 Caps)
12. Hadleigh Parkes (Scarlets) (16 Caps)
11. Josh Adams (Cardiff Blues) (11 Caps)
Tries don’t always win games. England and Wales were matched at three-apiece by the end of their World Cup warm-up at Twickenham on Sunday, yet the Red Roses still cruised to victory. The boot of George Ford proved enough to see off Warren Gatland’s warriors, with Elliot Daly also landing
Warren Gatland has named a strong side to take on England at Twickenham on Sunday. WALES TEAM TO FACE ENGLAND
15. Liam Williams (Saracens) (55 Caps)
14. George North (Ospreys) (83 Caps)
13. Jonathan Davies (Scarlets) (73 Caps)
12. Hadleigh Parkes (Scarlets) (15 Caps)
11. Josh Adams (Cardiff Blues) (10 Caps)
10. Gareth Anscombe (Ospreys) (26 Caps)
Round 4 was relatively easy to predict, although I took a gamble on Scotland beating Wales, which didn't pay off. The Scots had a couple of chances to win the game, but Wales ultimately prevailed and now the Grand Slam is within touching distance. Can they finish the job?
Wales beating England in Round 3 was very disappointing, not least because it was my first incorrect pick on Superbru and I lost a few places as a result. The first match this weekend looks like the toughest to call. Here are my Superbru predictions for Round 4 of the
Another round of fixtures, another twist in the tale; the 2019 Six Nations continues to intrigue and astonish. An immense victory in Dublin was followed up by a crushing defeat of the French at Twickenham, setting England on their way to a third championship in four years. Then came the