Wales and England – the two remaining unbeaten teams in this season’s Guinness Six Nations – go head to head in Cardiff on Saturday.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland believes England prop Kyle Sinckler “emotionally, can be a bit of a time-bomb” ahead of Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations showdown.
Eddie Jones has called for England to show steely composure when they confront a Wales team willing to “rip off heads” in Cardiff on Saturday.
Eddie Jones has vowed to ruin Warren Gatland’s farewell party after claiming Wales could cave beneath the expectation surrounding Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations clash in Cardiff.
Jack Nowell has been restored to the right wing for England’s Guinness Six Nations title clash with Wales in place of the injured Chris Ashton.
Kyle Sinckler insists his combustible reputation is undeserved but has vowed to continue bringing a combative edge to England’s front row.
Ben Moon has pledged to keep digging the coal to aid England’s Guinness Six Nations title bid.
Neil Jenkins believes Wales will be playing for second place in the Guinness Six Nations if they lose to title favourites England next week.
Eddie Jones has targeted victory over the “greatest Welsh side ever” as he seeks to avenge critical comments made by Warren Gatland last year.
England head coach Eddie Jones turned his sights to the “greatest Welsh side ever” after a resounding mauling of France gave his men two wins from two Guinness Six Nations games.