Owen Farrell Wales show resilience to bounce back and beat England in physical affair

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For those who say World Cup warm-up matches should not count as Tests, this was anything but a friendly. 

More than 73,000 came to watch Wales beat England 13-6 on Saturday in a hugely physical battle at the Principality Stadium that saw tempers flare and the hosts become the world’s No1 side.

Warren Gatland warned his Welsh players that if they started this Test in the same vein as last weekend’s defeat at Twickenham, their position in the team would be in jeopardy. 

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As they kept England scoreless in the first half for the first time since the 2011 World Cup, his words had clearly been heeded. 

There was a typically hostile reception for Eddie Jones’s men as they arrived in the dragons’ den, and this time England were not able to score early on as Wales matched their opponents’ physicality and intensity from the off. 

It took Wales 26 minutes to put points on the board themselves when Dan

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