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Wales vs England rugby: Kick-off time, TV channel, live stream free and teams for Six Nations fixture in Cardiff TODAY

ENGLAND are visiting Cardiff for a huge Six Nations match as they look for a win to keep their title hopes alive.

Eddie Jones' Red Rose were stunned by Scotland at Twickenham in their opening match before roaring back with a win over whipping boys Italy.


Wales meanwhile still have hopes of an unlikely grand slam following narrow wins in their opening two matches.

The Dragons edged out Ireland and Scotland after both their opponents were reduced to 14 men.

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Rookie scrum-half Kieran Hardy makes his first international start for Wales as he replaces Gareth Davies.

The Scarlets man plied his trade for Jersey Bulls in the English second tier two years ago after being rejected by the Welsh regions.

First choice number 9 Tomos Williams is still out with a hamstring injury.

George North will make his 100th appearance, overtaking Australia's Michael Hooper as the youngest international ever to reach a ton.

Liam Williams replaces Leigh Halfpenny at full-back after Halfpenny suffered a concussion at Murrayfield.

And that change allows Josh Adams to take his place on the wing.

Courtney Lawes is out for England with an injured pec, meaning Mark Wilson comes in as replacement.

Jamie George regains his spot at hooker, replacing Luke Cowan-Dickie.

Latest odds

Wales 11/5

Draw 20/1

England 4/9

What they said

Wales head coach Wayne Pivac: "We’re well aware of the threat England pose.

"They’re a very good side and they’re improving over each performance like all sides.

"They’ve got pedigree in this competition and history behind them in recent times.

"We know we’re going to have to play well over 80.

"People can call it [England's style] what they like. They’ve been winning games of rugby. They’ve only lost one game in a long while.

"You would say that they’re playing a winning style of rugby."

England head coach Eddie Jones: "For most teams, the third game is a make-or-break game and I think both teams face similar pressure.

"Wales vs England means a lot to both countries. They're always tough, tough games and that's the allure of the Six Nations.

"They're tight contests that go down to the last moment. We won one there in 2017, basically on the bell.

"And we had to win on the bell at Twickenham last year, so we're expecting a similar sort of game.

"These sorts of game you've got to win not once, but maybe two or three times. Wales will keep coming and keep coming. It will be a great contest."

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