England have included Jack Nowell and Ben Moon for Saturday's Six Nations clash against Wales in Cardiff, while the home team have selected Gareth Anscombe ahead of Dan Biggar at flyhalf.
Both England and Wales have turned to unlikely sources for inspiration ahead of their crucial Six Nations clash at Cardiff's Principality Stadium.
England lock Maro Itoje has been left out of the squad for Saturday's crunch Six Nations match away to Wales after failing to recover in time from a knee injury.
England will miss the leadership of prop Mako Vunipola, who has been ruled out of the side's remaining Six Nations Championship campaign, forwards coach Steve Borthwick has said.
Wales have released centre Scott Williams from their squad for the remainder of the Six Nations as he battles a back injury.
Forwards Maro Itoje and Dylan Hartley have joined up with the England squad to continue their rehabilitation from injury ahead of the potential Six Nations title decider against Wales on Feb. 23.
Leigh Halfpenny will return to the Wales squad to face England in the Six Nations, his club coach Wayne Pivac has confirmed.
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Wales overpowered Italy 26-15 in the Six Nations on Saturday, notching up a record-equalling 11th straight victory, the first such Welsh winning streak in a century.
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Jonathan Davies will captain Wales for the first time as head coach Warren Gatland named 10 changes for the team to face Italy in the Six Nations on Saturday.
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Blair Kinghorn topped the point-scoring charts thanks to his hat-trick for Scotland -- but who else should you have picked in your Fantasy Rugby team? Here's the best XV of Week 1.
It was all going so well for France as they took a 16-0 lead into half-time. But a record-breaking comeback from Wales puts coach Warren Gatland on course to deliver on a bold prediction.
Wales fought back from 16-0 down at halftime to beat France 24-19 on Friday in a compelling opening Six Nations match, claiming their 10th win in a row.
This marks the start of the sport's biggest year, with the Rugby World Cup hovering later in the calendar.
It's literally hours away. The Six Nations, that is. France and Wales kick off the 2019 men's tournament in Paris on Friday evening.
It is now as easy to measure the countdown to the Six Nations in hours as in days, with the first match - France v Wales - kicking off in Paris on Friday evening.
Wales have handed a Six Nations debut to scrum-half Tomos Williams for the opening game against France in Paris on Friday.
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- WALES3rdTRIES SCORED 1st England : 10 Tries ScoredENG1st510
- WALES2ndPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st England : 48 Points DifferenceENG1st1648