Six Nations: Wales v England & Rugby Union Betting Tips

Six Nations: Wales v England & Rugby Union Betting Tips

The two remaining unbeaten teams in this season's tournament go head to head in what is effectively a title eliminator at the Principality Stadium.

To get in the mood ahead of Saturday, we're taking a trip down memory lane to find six of Wales' best-ever moments against England.

"Win this game, I think it sets you up mentally as much as anything for the rest of the year".

'As a squad, we are very real about our performances of late, ' said Jones, who will make a record 18th appearance for a player from any country against England. "To get the win is the most important thing, and people sometimes forget how you win". It's all about the W, particularly at this level.

"You are always looking towards the future and the progressions day by day".

"Having a win against England is first and foremost in our minds here and that's what we want to achieve", added Williams. Mistakes from France certainly played their part in the outcome and Wales were again unconvincing as they failed to claim a bonus point in their 26-15 victory over Italy.

"Brad Shields comes in for Nathan Hughes as a finisher as we just feel like it's going to be a high work-rate game". I don't think England know what team is going to turn up.

"You rock up into the stadium, and I'm not sure whether the roof will be shut or open, but even if it's open: steep-sided on both sides, 75,000 people rammed in, you can nearly touch the front row of the supporters - it is absolutely insane", said the 2003 World Cup victor.

"We have had a good week just focussing on ourselves and focussing on getting our preparation right". We are our own harshest critics in the fact we have have left a few (points) out there. That's 28 points, which is a big difference, and we are well aware of that'.

But if the bookmakers are to be believed, then there is barely a score between the teams this time round as they look to remain on a title and Grand Slam course.

"The only quotes I can see about this being the greatest Wales team are from Eddie Jones", Gatland said.

This game should present Scotland with a chance to stay with the chasing pack as they face a France side down on morale and motivation after a 44-8 thrashing from England. "They'll all get a shot".

They began their Championship in front of 25,000 supporters at a fog-laden Bristol City ground, with fly-half Percy Bush pulling the strings and scoring a try in the 28-18 victory.

"Hopefully, he goes out and has a good game and is able to keep his emotions in control, because that's a big challenge for him".

This attacking kicking game was used to incredible effect in Paris, as England ruthlessly exploited France's makeshift back three to race into a 30-8 half-time lead, wing Johnny May running in a first-half hat-trick.

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