Biggar and North injuries worrying Wales

Biggar and North injuries worrying Wales

Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones has praised England's ability to manage the pressure and expectation that has accompanied their long unbeaten run under head coach Eddie Jones.

Last weekend's stodgy performance against France at Twickenham has allowed the English coaches, players and press to reiterate how far this England team has come.

Always assuming England can first escape the clutches of Warburton, Tipuric, Moriarty and friends.

Jones warned his side to be wary of shenanigans before the game, for example incessant phone calls at the hotel, delayed arrival at the ground, no heating in the changing room, and deliberate misunderstandings.

"I think that's just another way of Eddie throwing down a challenge to his players", said Edwards. All we are concerned about is that we control them during the game. "The staff shared a very interactive hour with them at a lunchtime meeting where we learnt a lot". "He is a hard-working young player", said Jones.

Wales' record win in the series was a 30-3 success in Cardiff four years ago, while England boast a best of 62-5 during the 2007 World Cup warm-up period. "They unloaded the bench, which was a little bit of a higher standard than ours at the time because of injuries, and that was when the games were won and lost".

"People comment sometimes that you finish with your strongest team, you don't start with it". Hosts Wales wanted to play with the Cardiff venue fully enclosed but it required agreement from the visitors.

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Eddie Jones' second change sees Tom Wood drop to the bench with Jack Clifford comes into the starting XV having missed the France game with a chest injury.

Wales too lacked power ball carriers which is odd for a team that is often labelled as being a power team. "The flip side of that assessment is that an England win would be a significant achievement". It's got that atmosphere in the build-up and these weeks are the reason why you play rugby.

Jack Clifford has been recalled to an inexperienced England back row in place of Tom Wood for Saturday's Six Nations worldwide against Wales in Cardiff.

"The Italians are ever improving, so we are expecting another tough encounter, particularly up front, where they made life hard for Wales last week".

The defence coach, Paul Gustard, also recently revealed England had been learning mixed martial arts techniques.

We want the sort of attitude that it doesn't matter what happens.