England vs Wales: Six Nations squad news, how to watch, line-ups, odds

Neither rival can afford another defeat if they are to stay in the hunt for Championship glory, with both having opened the 2022 tournament with defeats before bouncing back in the second round.

Eddie Jones’ England were beaten again by former foes Scotland at Murrayfield after a late collapse but recovered in the east after perennial wooden spoon recipients Italy 33-0 in Rome last times.

Wales, plagued by injuries to Wayne Pivac, meanwhile opened their title defense with a 29-7 loss to Ireland in Dublin but then showed tremendous determination to slip past Scotland 20-17 at Cardiff thanks to substitute captain Dan Biggar’s drop goal.

With France looking so ominous in their pursuit of a Grand Slam triumph and every nation yet to play Les Bleus next month, both teams will be desperate to keep their title hopes alive with another victory here.

England v Wales kick off date, time and venue

England v Wales is scheduled to kick off at 4.45pm GMT on Saturday 26th February 2022.

The Six Nations competition will take place at Twickenham Stadium in south-west London.

How to watch England vs Wales

TV channel: England v Wales is broadcast live for free on ITV, with coverage starting at 4pm.

Direct: Fans can also watch the game play out live online via the ITV website or ITV Hub.

Live: You can also follow all the action with Standard Sport’s LIVE match blog, with expert analysis from Will Macpherson at Twickenham.

England vs Wales team news

England have been boosted by the returns of Manu Tuilagi and Courtney Lawes for Saturday’s crucial fixture, although Joe Marchant – who started against Scotland and Italy – will not be involved after being left out of the team on Tuesday.

Alfie Barbeary, Jamie Blamire, Joe Heyes, Joe Launchbury, Orlando Bailey, George Furbank, Louis Lynagh, Raffi Quirke and Adam Radwan also returned to their clubs after Jones whittled down a 35-man practice squad to 25 names.

The Australian must decide whether to stay with Harry Randall and Alex Dombrandt after both impressing against Italy at the Stadio Olimpico.

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