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England meet Wales at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday in a Pool A fixture, between two of the three sides that have won their opening fixture, along with Australia in the so called "Pool of Death" at the 2015 World Cup.Both teams won their opening fixtures and secured tryscoring bonus points, albeit England collected theirs with a Billy Vunipola try in the last phase of their game with Fiji, while Australia, had to settle for the just the four points for a win, when they too defeated the Fijians, in Cardiff on Wednesday.
Victory for either side, they would feel, should see them plant one foot in the quarterfinals, but with both teams still to face rivals Australia, and the Welsh having to face the dangerous Fijians next week in Cardiff, nothing in Pool A will be assured until the final phase of the qualifying process.
While England appear to have reverted to a more conservative approach for the Wales game, by selecting Owen Farrell at flyhalf, the Weles continue to have their own selection issues, which revolve around injuries, rather than form. Centre, Corey Allen, becoming the latest player to be ruled out of the tournament, picking up a hamstring injury after scoring a hattrick in the opening match against Uruguay.
Posted: 9th March 2014
England has recalled centre Manu Tuilagi and winger Marland Yarde to their training squad ahead of Sunday's big Six Nations clash at Twickenham. The pair has earned call up after overcoming recent injury problems.
Tuilagi featured for Leicester Tigers against Newcastle last Sunday, after being out of the game for five months with a chest muscle injury. While Tuilagi played 70 minutes, Yarde completed a full game on Saturday for London Irish, the first time that he has managed to do so, since picking up a hip injury in November.
The pair is part of a 34 man squad preparing for the Twickenham showdown, where victory for England will secure them the Triple Crown, and put them at the forefront of the battle for the championship itself.
Wales have also received a boost with centre Jonathan Davies proving his fitness, having played 64 minutes of Scarlets wins against Munster last weekend. Davies has been out since suffering a pectoral injury in the autumn international against South Africa.
If selected, Davies will team up with his Lions partner Jamie Roberts in midfield, allowing winger George North, who moved to centre against Ireland during the disappointing loss in Dublin, to play in his preferred position.
Posted: 25th February 2012
England and Wales will go head to head in Twickenham on Saturday, the 25th of February, in a Six Nations Match-up that happens at 16:00 local time and GMT. Right now England is tied with Wales at second in the Six Nations Competition. They have four points because they have been able to win both of the games that they have played so far. Wales takes the top spot. France is the only other team that is on board right now with some points, taking third with two points. Ireland, Scotland and Italy are on the table with zero points.
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