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Follow the latest updates live from the second Rugby World Cup warm-up clash between Wales and England at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff as the hosts look to make up for last weekend’s defeat.
England pulled off a 33-19 victory at Twickenham last Sunday to kickstart their World Cup preparations, and with games against Ireland and Italy to come, a second consecutive victory over Wales would send out a strong statement to their rivals in Japan.
But Wales will want to show their best this afternoon after not quite hitting top gear last weekend, and with Warren Gatland sticking with the bulk of the squad that lost out in London, they have the chance to gain retribution. Follow the live action below.
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Welcome toThe Independent’slive coverage of today’s Rugby World Cup clash between Wales and England, brought to you from pitchside at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
Wales will be looking for revenge following last weekend’s defeat at Twickenham, but they have been forced into three changes through injury as Gareth Anscombe, Adam Beard and Justin Tipuric are all absent through injury. Dan Biggar starts at fly-half in Anscombe’s absence, while Jake Ball starts at lock and James Davies at flanker, meaning that the Davies brother both start a Test for the first time as Jonathan is named at outside centre.
England have also made three changes, with Tom Curry
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