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It's all over! The referee has blown their whistle to end the game.

82'

Keiron Assiratti comes on for Wales.

81'

Archie Griffin leaves the field.

81'

Cai Evans comes on for Wales.

80'

Ioan Lloyd leaves the field.

80'

England decide to make a substitution, with Alex Coles getting some game time.

72'

England decide to make a substitution, with Ethan Roots being replaced.

72'

Wales decide to make a substitution, with Kieran Hardy getting some game time.

72'

Wales decide to make a substitution, with Tomos Williams being replaced.

72'

England decide to make a substitution, with Theo Dan getting some game time.

71'

England decide to make a substitution, with Jamie George being replaced.

71'
Penalty Goal

George Ford has kicked a penalty goal.

71'
Yellow Card

Mason Grady (Wales) is shown a yellow card

70'

England make a substitution with Danny Care coming on.

68'

England make a substitution with Alex Mitchell coming off.

68'

Wales make a substitution with Will Rowlands coming on.

68'

Wales make a substitution with Adam Beard coming off.

68'

Wales make a substitution with Taine Basham coming on.

68'

Wales make a substitution with Alex Mann coming off.

68'

The defensive line has been broken as Tommy Freeman goes through the gap.

66'

England sub Chandler Cunningham-South comes onto the field.

63'

Sam Underhill departs for England.

63'

George Ford curls the ball too far, missing the posts to the left.

63'
Try

Great hands by England leads to a try for Fraser Dingwall

62'

Spellbinding play by Elliot Daly is finished off with a try.

62'

Wales sub Mason Grady comes onto the field.

60'

Josh Adams departs for Wales.

60'

Corey Domachowski comes on for Wales.

58'

Gareth Thomas leaves the field.

58'

What a run here by Cameron Winnett as they get over the gainline!

55'

Archie Griffin comes on.

54'

Keiron Assiratti comes off.

54'

Ryan Elias comes on.

54'

Elliot Dee comes off.

54'

Dan Cole comes on.

51'

Will Stuart comes off.

51'

Ellis Genge comes on.

51'

Joe Marler comes off.

51'

Rio Dyer makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

49'
Penalty Goal

George Ford makes no mistake with that penalty goal attempt.

47'

Elliot Daly makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

43'

The second half kicks off.

40'

The half-time whistle blows and both teams head for the dressing rooms.

40'
Conversion

Ioan Lloyd does the business as their conversion attempt goes over.

38'
Try

Incisive passing by Wales is finished off by Alex Mann, as they goes over for the try.

37'

That's a great try assist by Tomos Williams.

37'

Fabulous play by Wales has led to Tomos Williams being able to wriggle through a gap.

37'

Ollie Chessum comes on for England.

34'

Alex Coles leaves the field.

34'

Trouble here as Tommy Reffell breaches the defence.

28'

England decide to make a substitution, with Alex Coles getting some game time.

23'

England decide to make a substitution, with Ollie Chessum being replaced.

23'

George Ford steps up to take the conversion and its on its way…but no its been charged down!!! What an effort by the opposition.

20'
Try

England are stopped just a few metres from the try line but Ben Earl picks up from the base of the ruck to score the try.

19'

The referee has had enough, awarding the penalty try to Wales.

16'
Yellow Card

Ethan Roots (England) is shown a yellow card

16'
Yellow Card

Ollie Chessum (England) is shown a yellow card

10'

The defensive line has been broken as Elliot Daly goes through the gap.

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The defensive line has been broken as Alex Mitchell goes through the gap.

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The defensive line has been broken as Freddie Steward goes through the gap.

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We are underway as the referee blows their whistle.

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Match Details

England v Wales

Six Nations - Round 2
Sat 10th February 2024, 11:45am
Twickenham

Points Flow Chart

England win +2
England
Wales
England
Time in lead
Wales
12
Mins in lead
55
15%
% Of Game In Lead
67%
33%
Possession Last 10 min
67%
3
Points Last 10 min
0

Key Events

Full Time
Ford
16 - 14
71'
Grady
70'
13 - 14
Dingwall
13 - 14
62'
Ford
8 - 14
47'
Half Time
Lloyd
38'
5 - 14
Mann
37'
5 - 12
Earl
5 - 7
19'
Penalty Try
16'
0 - 7
Roots
0 - 0
16'
Chessum
0 - 0
10'
Start

22m Entries

Avg. Points Scored
1.4
11
Entries
Avg. Points Scored
2
7
Entries

Attack Profile

England
Wales
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Defence Profile

England
Wales
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Ruck Speed

0-3 secs
35%
26%
3-6 secs
29%
47%
6+ secs
35%
25%
63
Rucks Won
101

Other Fixtures

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Who Will Win?

On Saturday 10th February, England will host Wales at Twickenham in the Six Nations.

England will likely enter this clash as the slight favourites thanks to their impressive Rugby World Cup campaign, where they ran eventual champions South Africa close in the semi-final before winning the Bronze Final.

However, thanks to a spate of recent retirements and Owen Farrell’s decision to skip the 2024 Six Nations, they’re a team in transition and Wales should not be counted out. After all, they also performed admirably at the Rugby World Cup before their shock loss to Argentina in the quarter-finals. Added to this, Warren Gatland has revitalised the team since he returned as head coach.

Think you know who will triumph in the upcoming England vs Wales clash? Vote in our poll.

Head-to-Head

Data from the last five clashes between the two sides shows us that England vs Wales matches tend to be close affairs. They also show us that the two sides are evenly matched.

After all, England have won three of the last five encounters, while Wales have won two. Added to this, England have averaged 19 points per game in these contests, while Wales have averaged 21.

But, history does tell us that home advantage is important, too. After all, the home team has won 80% of the last five clashes between England and Wales.

Team Form

Both teams will go into this hotly anticipated match in fine form. The home side, England, recently exceeded expectations at the Rugby World Cup. Here they won the Bronze Final after narrowly losing against South Africa in the semi-finals.

Wales didn’t quite make it this far, but Warren Gatland’s men still enjoyed a stellar tournament. They made it through their pool unbeaten before losing against Argentina in the quarter-finals.

Below our team form guide, you can see in-depth stats about how the two sides have performed in their last five games, including stats about the number of tries they’ve scored, their overall points difference and the number of times they’ve scored the first try. We’ve also detailed how often each team has scored the first points in a game and how often they’ve won the race to 10 points.

Player Head-to-Head

Six Nations games between England and Wales are usually decided by one mistake or moment of brilliance. As a result, how each player performs in their individual battle is vital.

With this in mind, here’s how Owen Farrell and Gareth Anscombe have performed in recent clashes between England and Wales. Could either of these players produce one moment of magic that decides the game in their country’s favour?

Other Fixtures

Any England vs Wales rugby match is always a must-watch. However, a number of other crucial Six Nations clashes featuring the likes of Ireland, Scotland, Italy and France are also taking place at the moment.

Take a look at the latest fixtures and results, so you can plan your weekend and keep up-to-date with all the action.

Have Wales or England won the most Six Nations titles? Have Wales or England won the most Six Nations titles?

England. Since 2000, England have won seven Six Nations titles, while Wales have won six. Since the competition first began in 1883 (when it was known as the Home Nations), England have won 29 outright titles and enjoyed a further 10 shared victories. Meanwhile, Wales have claimed a total of 28 outright titles and 11 shared titles.

When was the first meeting between England and Wales? When was the first meeting between England and Wales?

The first rugby match between England and Wales took place in 1881. England won the match 8-0.

Which team has won more matches against the other, England or Wales? Which team has won more matches against the other, England or Wales?

Since 1881, England and Wales have faced each other 141 times. England have won 68 of these matches, while Wales have won 61. A further 12 matches have been drawn.

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