Another chance for Wales against England in Cardiff

Second World Cup warm-up battle at Principality Stadium this afternoon

Wales' rugby players will be hoping to make amends for last weekend's defeat to England, when the teams meet in Cardiff this afternoon. 

Warren Gatland's side went down 33-19 at Twickenham last Sunday, as they continues their preparations for next month's World Cup.

Wales have made three changes to their side with Dan Biggar coming in at fly-half for the injured Gareth Anscombe.

Head Coach warren Gatland isn't too concerned by last week's defeat:

"We're pretty happy with some of the chances we created, its just the execution needs to be a little bit better and with that game under our betlwe encourage the guys to be positive in terms of the way that we play."

Wales fly-half Jarrod Evans hopes to come off the bench against England this afternoon. Gatland said Jarrod has had a great work ethic during training and deserved the nod:

"From an attacking perspective at training he's looked probably one of the sharpest and we want to see how he can potentially impose himself coming off the bench."

Kick off is at 2.15pm

Roads in around the Principality Stadium will be closed and South Wales Police are urging visitors to the capital for today's game to allow extra time for their journeys:


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