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Week 3 of the 2023 Six Nations sees third placed England make the trip west along the M4 from Twickenham, over the Second Severn Crossing, and to the Principality Stadium to take on bottom of the table Wales in Cardiff.
The build up to the game has been dominated by a pay dispute between the Welsh Rugby Union and the Welsh players. At one stage, the game was very much in doubt, but it was confirmed on Wednesday of this week that the match would go ahead.
We preview this match below and highlight where you can watch it!
Wales vs England Preview
It is now five Six Nations games without a win for Wales who last tasted victory in this competition in Round 2 of the 2022 tournament with a narrow 20-17 win over Scotland in Cardiff. So far this year they have experienced heavy defeats against Ireland and Scotland, conceding 69 points in the process.
Faced with this poor run of form, coach Warren Gatland has made nine changes to the team who lost to Scotland in Round 2 and Mason Grady will make his international debut.
England are far from the perfect team but claimed a convincing 31-14 win against Italy two weeks ago. Winger Anthony Watson comes into the team in place of the injured Ollie Hassell-Collins as the visitors look for their first win in Cardiff since 2017.
Where to Watch Wales vs England
This looks like being another unmissable 2023 Six Nations clash and you can watch every play live on the following platforms:
- TV channel in the UK: BBC1
- Live stream in the UK: BBC website, BBC iPlayer