England have reacted to Warren Gatland’s claim that Kyle Sinckler is a “timebomb” by wishing Wales luck if they attempt to exploit his short fuse.
Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones says “there is more in us” ahead of his team’s Guinness Six Nations showdown with England on Saturday.
Wales and England – the two remaining unbeaten teams in this season’s Guinness Six Nations – go head to head in Cardiff on Saturday.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland believes England prop Kyle Sinckler “emotionally, can be a bit of a time-bomb” ahead of Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations showdown.
Eddie Jones has called for England to show steely composure when they confront a Wales team willing to “rip off heads” in Cardiff on Saturday.
Gareth Anscombe will start at fly-half for Wales in Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations clash against England at the Principality Stadium.
Wales wing George North has enjoyed a stellar international career – but he is driven towards taking his game “to the next level.”
Billy Vunipola will make a poignant return to Wales recalling the friendship extended to his family when they arrived from Australia dressed for the beach and with a suitcase full of cutlery.
Robin McBryde says “there will only be one result” on Saturday if Wales match the standards of a patriotic one-man play they watched in England’s Principality Stadium changing room.
Leigh Halfpenny and Dan Biggar are both in training with Wales ahead of Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations showdown against England.
Countryfile will reveal plans to reintroduce golden eagles to Wales after an absence of 200 years.
Wales have issued a positive update on fly-half Dan Biggar ahead of next Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations showdown against England.
England hope to have Chris Ashton available for the final two rounds of their Guinness Six Nations title quest as the Sale wing battles a calf strain.
The long-standing Labour MP Paul Flynn has died aged 84, the party has announced.
England wing Chris Ashton will miss out on Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations title clash with Wales because of a calf injury.
Wales full-back Leigh Halfpenny’s chances of facing England in the Guinness Six Nations remain slim after he was ruled out of Scarlets action this weekend.
Neil Jenkins believes Wales will be playing for second place in the Guinness Six Nations if they lose to title favourites England next week.
Neil Jenkins believes that England have been “exceptional” in the Guinness Six Nations ahead of next week’s crunch Cardiff clash against Wales.
Rob Howley has hailed Warren Gatland’s honesty and loyalty as the Wales head coach prepares for a final Six Nations showdown with England.
Wales centre Scott Williams has been released from the Guinness Six Nations squad and will return to Ospreys for treatment on a back injury.
Shane Williams insists the Guinness Six Nations title clash between Wales and England will be played out against a chorus of “extreme” sledging between the warring players.
Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau has undergone surgery to his broken right arm that rules him out of the remainder of the Guinness Six Nations.
Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau has been ruled out of the remainder of the Guinness Six Nations.
Proposals to lower the voting age to 16 have been published for Wales’ National Assembly.
Ben Youngs claims England have produced the greatest rugby of the Eddie Jones era in sweeping aside Ireland and France.
Jamie George views Owen Farrell as a rugby “genius” whose presence has grown with his promotion to the England captaincy.
Former Manchester United and Wales star Mickey Thomas has vowed to beat stomach cancer after being diagnosed with the disease.
Warren Gatland says “things are in our own hands” as Wales begin preparations for a Guinness Six Nations showdown against England.
England battered hapless France, Ireland got back to winning ways and Wales rolled out of Rome with two wins from two.
Josh Navidi has urged Wales to keep their momentum going as they head towards a crunch Guinness Six Nations clash against England.
Warren Gatland claimed “it could be embarrassing” if Wales replicate their performance against Italy when they face England in a fortnight’s time.
Wales equalled the longest unbeaten run in their 138-year Test match history as they defeated dogged Guinness Six Nations opponents Italy 26-15 at Stadio Olimpico.