Wales tackle fierce rivals England in the Guinness Six Nations at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Saturday.
Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the main talking points heading into a key fixture in this season’s tournament.
Wales can take pole position in title race
Unbeaten Wales, Grand Slam champions two years ago, will take a firm grip on this season’s tournament if they topple England. And that would represent an impressive revival following their 2020 form that produced just three victories from 10 Tests under new head coach Wayne Pivac. Given that Wales’ next game after England is Italy in Rome, which should be a five-point maximum for Pivac’s team, they would potentially open up a significant lead on their rivals, especially if England defeat France at Twickenham the same day. There is a long way to go in the title race, but Wales have strongly positioned themselves.
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