England vs Wales, Rugby World Cup 2019 warm-up: What time is kick-off on Sunday, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?

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What is it?

Awarm-up match ahead of the Rugby World Cup. It is the first in a series of matches before the teams fly out to Japan.

England will play four matches to prepare for the tournament, starting with a double header against Wales before clashes with Ireland and Italy.

Wales, as mentioned earlier, will face off against England on two occasions, then twice more against Ireland.

The Welsh are chasing a 15th successive victory.

When is it?

Sunday, August 11.

What time is kick-off?


What TV channel is it on?

Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action from 1pm.

What are England’s RWC warm-up fixtures?

August 11:England v Wales (Twickenham)

August 17:Wales v England (Principality Stadium)

August 24:England v Ireland (Twickenham)

September 6:England v Italy (St James’ Park)

What are Wales’ RWC warm-up fixtures?

August 11:England v Wales (Twickenham) 

August 17:Wales v England (Principality Stadium)

August 31:Wales v Ireland (Principality Stadium)

September 7:Ireland v Wales (Aviva Stadium)

What is the latest team news?


Willi Heinz will make his England debut against Wales and has been immediately installed as vice-captain, despite his lack of Test experience.

The New Zealand-born 32-year-old has been given the stage to prove he deserves a place at this autumn’s World Cup after being picked as the starting scrum-half for the warm-up Test at Twickenham.

Ben Youngs, England’s first choice in the position, is included on the bench for a game that takes place 24 hours before Eddie Jones finalises his 31-man squad for Japan 2019.

Also winning his first cap is Ruaridh McConnochie, the Bath wing who followed up a fine spell in sevens with a strong finish to the 2018-19 Gallagher Premiership season.

Lining up the other wing is Test Lion Anthony Watson, who will be making his first app

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