15Elliot Daly, FB
14Anthony Watson, W
13Manu Tuilagi, C
12Owen Farrell, C
11Jonny May, W
10George Ford, FH
9Ben Youngs, SH
1Joe Marler, P
2Jamie George, H
3Kyle Sinckler, P
4Maro Itoje, L
5George Kruis, L
6Courtney Lawes, FL
7Mark Wilson, FL
8Tom Curry, N8
16Luke Cowan-Dickie, R
17Ellis Genge, R
18Will Stuart, R
19Joe Launchbury, R
20Charlie Ewels, R
21Ben Earl, R
22Willi Heinz, R
23Henry Slade, R

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: Twickenham
11:45 AM, Marzo 7, 2020
Capacity: 82,000

Match Commentary

82'That's all from our live commentary. Join us tomorrow for more live coverage of Scotland vs. France.
82'Closer than Eddie Jones would have liked in the end. Penalties cost both teams dearly and Wales will be ruing the fact they couldn't capitalise quicker on England's ill discipline in the final 10 minutes.
82'It comes too late for anything other than a losing bonus point but Tipuric makes it over the line after a quick pass from Webb. The scrum-half really made a difference when he came on today.
81'+133-30 End of second half
81'33-28 Try - Justin Tipuric , Wales
81'+133-30 Conversion - Dan Biggar , Wales
80'The gaps in England's defence are clear as North and Tipuric dash up the field. England defending hard but look tired.
79'Wales win a scrum in their own 22. It's a long way back up the pitch with just 20 seconds of normal time left.
78'Quick ball is fed out of the scrum and Biggar dives for the line. He attempts to take the conversion quickly but the referee asks him to take it again.
78'33-23 Conversion - Dan Biggar , Wales
78'33-21 Try - Dan Biggar , Wales
77'Player substituted - Kyle Sinckler , England
77'Substitute on - Will Stuart , England
76'It's been a scrappy end to the game. After winning a scrum, England give one away.
76'Player substituted - Charlie Ewels , England
76'Substitute on - Joe Marler , England
76'Substitute on - Ben Earl , England
76'Player substituted - Mark Wilson , England
75'Ryan Elias throws the ball in from the lineout and Wales go straight into a maul. Against all the odds, however, England turn the ball over. England have a scrum metres from their own line.
75'Player substituted - Ken Owens , Wales
75'Substitute on - Ryan Elias , Wales
75'Red card - Manu Tuilagi , England
74'Referee tells the TMO that he is going to give a red card for Tuilagi's failure to wrap his arms and leading with his shoulder.
73'TMO is reviewing Tuilagi's tackle. He doesn't appear to make an attempt to wrap North.
73'Wales looked like they were going to go for another scrum there but opted for a lineout instead. Wales play the ball across the field to North who is nearly in but Slade and Tuilagi cover. Tuilagi's tackle is late and hits North straight in the head. However, he seems ok to continue.
73'Genge dived in at the side and sees yellow. England will play out the rest of the game with 14 men.
73'Yellow card - Ellis Genge , England
72'Wales have the advantage after Ellis Genge infringes on the ruck. He could be off here.
72'Wales waste no time with the scrum and the ball is brought out by Webb quickly. England's defence holds strong and Wales set up camp just metres from the line.
70'Referee pulls Farrell aside after another infringement from England and says they're close to getting a yellow card. Surprisingly, Wales opt to go for a scrum in front of the posts.
70'Substitute on - Willi Heinz , England
70'Player substituted - Ben Youngs , England
69'Maro Itoje is penalised for jumping into the Wales players at the lineout and the referee awards another penalty. Wales opt to kick for touch. Owens throws to the back and Wales attempt to set up a maul.
68'Referee indicates that Wales are playing with an advantage for not rolling away and a high tackle. Curry intercepts a pass so play is brought back and Wales kick the ball into touch.
67'Webb and Tompkins break together and manage to get Wales close to the English 22.
66'Substitute on - Johnny McNicholl , Wales
66'Player substituted - Liam Williams , Wales
66'Player substituted - Courtney Lawes , England
66'Substitute on - Charlie Ewels , England
66'Substitute on - Ellis Genge , England
66'Player substituted - Joe Marler , England
65'Today marks Jones' 57th appearance in the Six Nations for Wales, marking a new Welsh record. He's back on his feet and seems fit to continue.
65'Play is stopped as doctors attend to Alun Wyn Jones who goes low in a tackle against Lawes and hits his head. Webb opts to kick the ball out so the captain can be attended to.
65'A massive hit goes in on Liam Williams who loses the ball forward. It's unfortunate for Wales who were being marshalled excellently by Webb and making ground.
63'Wales haven't given up and find themselves just outside the English 22 after 15 phases.
62'33-16 Conversion - Owen Farrell , England
61'England didn't need Brown's injury to help with that try. Youngs played the ball down the opposite end of the pitch where Tuilagi was sitting waiting in a massive patch of space. An easy try that Wales will be disappointed to concede.
61'31-16 Try - Manu Tuilagi , England
60'Wales are a man down after Sinckler puts in a massive hit on Leon Brown. Brown gets up but is moving slow and heavily while holding his arm.
59'Youngs makes a break with Watson and Tuilagi on either side of him. England find themselves five metres out from the Wales line.
58'Substitute on - Taulupe Faletau , Wales
58'Player substituted - Ross Moriarty , Wales
58'Player substituted - Rob Evans , Wales
58'Substitute on - Rhys Carré , Wales
58'Player substituted - Jake Ball , Wales
58'Substitute on - Aaron Shingler , Wales
58'Substitute on - Luke Cowan-Dickie , England
58'Player substituted - Jamie George , England
58'Player substituted - George Kruis , England
58'Substitute on - Joe Launchbury , England
56'Jake Ball is led off the pitch cradling his arm and looks to be in a lot of pain. Both Wayne Pivac and Eddie Jones are taking this opportunity to make substitutions.
56'Lucky from Watson there. Drops the ball but the referee deems it to have fallen backwards. Halfpenny collects the kick ahead and Wales try to reorganise themselves.
54'Wales were building through the phases there when an awry pass found its way into George Kruis' hands. The wrong man to launch a running attack from inside the English half, perhaps, so he kicks ahead for Youngs who doesn't quite make it in time.
52'If there's one thing that's similar about these two teams it's their options in kicking. Ford takes the penalty over Farrell but slots it home just as well.
52'26-16 Penalty goal - George Ford , England
50'Wales' scrum has been under pressure all afternoon and this one was no different. Marler gets a big pat on the back as the scrum collapses and England win the penalty.
48'This has been one of the highest phases we've seen all game. England build up to nine but a knock on sees Wales win a scrum.
46'England just trying to dampen Wales' fire here. Playing a slower game in the hopes that they can stop another runaway try.
46'Player substituted - Tomos Williams , Wales
46'Substitute on - Rhys Webb , Wales
45'23-16 Penalty goal - Owen Farrell , England
43'I may have spoken too soon. Courtney Lawes wins a penalty in a very kick-able position. Wales need more discipline.
43'A high tackle means Wales win a penalty about 40 metres out in the centre of the pitch. Halfpenny has kicked perfectly so far but Biggar steps up to take this one.
42'This is a new Wales team to the one we saw in the first half. Tompkins' feet are on fire and he looks dangerous with ball in hand.
42'England take the ball out of the scrum but instead of kicking it out to end the half decide to play it. The plan backfires, however, as Wales overturn the ball.
42'20-16 Conversion - Dan Biggar , Wales
41'20-14 Try - Justin Tipuric , Wales
41'Player substituted - Dillon Lewis , Wales
41'Substitute on - Leon Brown , Wales
41'+420-9 End of first half
41'+420-9 Penalty goal - Dan Biggar , Wales
40'Wales could not have asked for a more glorious start to the second half. They play the ball from one end of the pitch to the other with Tompkins involved twice. The ball ends up in Tipuric's hands and he marches it over the line just 27 seconds into the second half.
40'Wales were trying to launch a last minute attack as the clock goes into the red. England's line speed is too much for Tompkins, however, as he fumbles the ball forward and England win the scrum.
40'20-9 Start of second half
39'20-6 Penalty goal - Owen Farrell , England
38'Curry takes the ball off the restart and it's fed back out to Ford who boots the ball up to the halfway line.
37'Wales are really being hurt by the penalties they're giving away. Ross Moriarty thinks he's away after he scoops up some loose ball but the referee calls play back for an earlier infringement. Farrell opts to take the points three minutes from halftime.
35'Tomos Williams was working the ball nicely along the middle of the field but England get the turnover. Slade and Tuilagi pair up to make serious metres for England. Parkes is penalised for a high tackle on Tuilagi and Farrell kicks for the corner.
34'17-6 Conversion - Owen Farrell , England
33'Another masterful conversion from Farrell who was on the far touch line.
32'15-6 Try - Elliot Daly , England
31'Farrell kicks the ball out and England go for the lineout. Wales concede another penalty and Ben Youngs spots the gap. George North is caught out of position and Daly dives over in the corner.
30'England absolutely dominated the scrum there. Wales are penalised for not driving straight and Farrell tries a crossfield kick to Daly but over hits it slightly so it goes out.
28'Wales are winning in the power game but England have had three line breaks to Wales' none.
27'Wales have had most of the possession in the last few minutes but England look much more dangerous when they do get their hands on the ball. Watson and Slade both look like they have a try in them.
25'Wales win a lineout in the English 22. Ken Owens' throw is straight but Hadleigh Parkes loses the ball forward during the attack.
24'After kicking three balls straight into Slade's hands Biggar floats one across the pitch into the hands of Justin Tipuric. England are ready for it though and Tipuric doesn't make much ground.
22'Wales and England back to kicking the ball between the two halves. Watson launches one up into the air. It seems to gone too far ahead of him and while Halfpenny does collect, Watson is right there to make the challenge.
22'10-6 Penalty goal - Leigh Halfpenny , Wales
20'Wales lose the ball and the referee calls play back for the penalty. Halfpenny opts to kick for the posts.
19'Wales have a lineout just inside the English 22. As they move the ball along the pitch the referee indicates that they have the penalty advantage for a high tackle from Farrell and Tuilagi.
17'Both teams are probing here looking for an in. Kicks are flying back and forth with neither team holding the ball for long and building phases.
17'Jonny May has failed his head injury assessment and won't return to the field.
16'10-3 Penalty goal - Owen Farrell , England
15'Watson is having a great game so far. Wales just manage to take him down as he dances up the line.
13'Biggar slices the kick and England retake possession. Alun Wyn Jones is penalised for not rolling away and England get a penalty.
12'England win a scrum just outside the 22. They move the ball out to the left of the pitch but Wales win the turnover.
11'Josh Navidi cleanly takes the restart but Wales kick it straight back to England who are more patient with the ball.
10'7-3 Penalty goal - Leigh Halfpenny , Wales
9'Jonny May has gone off for a HIA assessment and been replaced with Henry Slade.
8'Wales have opted to go for the three points and Leigh Halfpenny is lining up the kick.
8'Substitute on - Henry Slade , England
8'Player substituted - Jonny May , England
6'Almost immediately Wales have an opportunity up the other end of the field. The ball is held up over the line but the referee gives a penalty to Wales after a scuffle on the ground.
6'Cool and calm from Farrell with the conversion.
6'7-0 Conversion - Owen Farrell , England
4'Watson beats Tomos Williams and evades the tackle attempt from Liam Williams to score the try and England draw first blood.
4'5-0 Try - Anthony Watson , England
3'England have a lineout just five metres from the line. This could be a strong scoring opportunity.
1'England have raced out of the blocks in Twickenham. Sustained pressure at the ruck shows that today will not be an easy day for Wales.
1'The teams are taking to the field at Twickenham for the anthems.
1'Hello and welcome to ESPN's live coverage of today's Six Nations clash between England and Wales. Kick-off is in 15 minutes.
1'0-0 Start of first half

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