On Saturday England will play host to Wales at Twickenham Stadium for a potential Six Nations decider! With the clash being one of the fiercest and oldest rivalries in the competition, we look back at our Top 5 moments from the past 11 years of this epic contest.
5. 2012 – Scott Williams glorious solo try at Twickenham.
Williams stunned Twickenham by scoring a superb solo try from his own half-way line! Wales not only won the match but went on to win another Grand Slam.
4. 2007 – England thrash Wales 62-5.
Number eight Nick Easter scored four of England’s nine tries as an experimental side racked up a record score against a second-string Wales at Twickenham.
3. 2005 – Gavin Henson’s long range penalty kick earning Wales their first Grand Slam in 27 years.
The result would also prove to be significant as it laid the foundation for a shift in power for ongoing Six Nations.
2. 2015 – The awkward stand-off.
Robshaw refusing to take the field until Wales also came out of their dressing-room, prompting an awkward stand-off.
1. 2005 – Gavin Henson Tackles 18 year old Matthew Tait.
Mathew Tait, the 18-year-old England debutant who had been revising for his A Levels 12 months previously, being carried by Gavin Henson like a man with a rolled-up carpet under his arm.
Over the years there have been a total of 127 matches have been played, with England having won 58 times, Wales having won 57 times and 12 matches having been drawn. With little to choose between the teams and support for both here at Studio Diva – who do you think will add another win to the history books this weekend?