Courtney Lawes is helped from the field, holding one foot off the ground and with his arms around the shoulders of two of England’s backroom staff. Six Nations 2019 Wales 21-13 England: Six Nations 2019 – as it happened. This time round, however, they will be determined to use their home advantage to come out on top. From the waterfront to the spectacular city centre, there is so much to do in Wales' capital aside from watching rugby. England vs. Wales is a rugby rivalry like few others. All rights reserved. However, there have been plenty of occasions when England have failed to handle their Welsh counterparts. There’s a big chunk of the last part of that game where we didn’t do what we could.”. Tom Curry’s opportunistic score had given England a 10-3 half-time lead, with a display of razor-sharp thinking seeing the young flanker rip the ball from the side of a ruck to power over. 48 min Wales 3-10 England: More argy-bargy - finger-pointing, throat-grabbing and shoving - from both sets of players. It’s all over! Highlights | England claim the Triple Crown in enthralling win over Wales. Cory Hill and Josh Adams scored second-half tries as Wales came from behind to overcome England in Cardiff. 52 min Wales 6-10 England: Anscombe curls the ball between the posts for the crucial first score of the second half. The South African claims he’s seeing no foul play and says they’ll have to “trust us”. We couldn’t really get out of our half. Central Cardiff Station is a five-minute walk from the stadium, and you can even see it coming out of the station. They will be looking to claim their fourth consecutive win against Wales in the Six Nations when the two sides meet on Saturday, February 23 (kick-off 4.45pm local time). Wales go top! We made a few errors, myself included in that. Credit to England - the exchanges we had in that second half, we knew it was going to be a turnover or a bad bounce of the ball that decided the game.” He modestly plays down the fact that Wales have made history by winning 12 consecutive Test matches. 74 min Wales 16-13 England: Wales are in possession just inside the England half. Second-half tries from Lee Bryne and Mike Phillips helped Wales to an impressive 29-16 victory. “We didn’t lose our discipline. 70 min Wales 16-13 England: We’re set up for a thrilling final 10 minutes, as Adam Beard, who has never lost in 10 matches for Wales, takes to the field. There’s no prizes for guessing which group of players are happier. 60 min Wales 9-10 England: Heart in mouth time for Wales fans as Tuilagi takes possession on halfway, breaks through two tackles and burst towards the Wales 22 before being brought down. The fixture has often been a tight affair, but the Six Nations wins of 2008 and 2013 will be remembered fondly by Welsh supporters for years to come. Wales take the lead after playing the ball out wide, with Cory Hill finding a great angle to crash over after taking a pass from Dan Biggar. And no visit to Cardiff would be complete without a tour around the castle - which dates back to 55 AD. They lose this one, but England concede a penalty for playing the arm rather than the ball. It’s huddle time: The Welsh team huddle for a post-match debrief, as do their English counterparts. The Wales line-out has been struggling throughout this championship and England are trying to take advantage. These corridors meander through the city centre, crammed with family-run cafes, independent bookstores, boutique shops and hidden tea houses. He’s bundled into touch on the Wales 22. Get a summary of the Scotland vs Wales, Six Nations 2019 9 Mar, 2019 rugby match. Alun Wyn Jones speaks: “I dunno, hopefully there’s a few more ahead,” says Athe Wales captain when asked by the BBC if this is his best day in rugby. After three games they have 12 points and sit proudly on top of the table, two clear of England in second. Josh Adams then added the icing on the cake, beating Elliot Daly to a high ball and finishing in the corner to send the Principality crowd into raptures. We made a few mistakes and had a few calls go against us. 65 min Wales 9-13 England: Manu Tuilagi gets back to make an important tackle as Hadleigh Parkes sprints deep into England territory. 63 min Wales 9-13 England: England win and score a penalty when Hadleigh Parkes is brought to ground in possession by Tom Curry and lies on the ball;. Read Paul Rees’s match report from the Principality Stadium. Biggar misses the conversion but he won’t sweat too much over that. After a spot of pushing and shoving between assorted hulking bruisers, Gareth Anscombe kicks and takes play to the halfway line. Another substitution: Dan Biggar replaces Gareth Anscombe at out-half for Wales. That’s a great reward for Wales’s patience in the long, long build-up to that try. 51 min Wales 3-10 England: Jonny May is penalised for hanging on to the ball after a tackle and Wales have a penalty kick at goal a fair bit right of centre. Owen Farrell sprints on to an offload from Elliot Daly, who’d just been tackled, and looks as if he might be home and hosed. The Millennium Centre - a 2,500-capacity venue that host massive bands, comedians and touring theatre shows - certainly competes with the Principality Stadium for the city's most iconic attraction. Since 1999, England lost 4/91 Tests when up by 7 or more at HT - Wales 1999, France 2005, Wales 2008, Wales 2015. Dan Biggar makes no mistake with a difficult conversion. In 2008, Warren Gatland steered Wales to their first win at Twickenham for 20 years in his first match in charge. 55 min min Wales 6-10 England: Wales win a penalty when the TMO grasses up Kyle Sinckler for a late shoulder charge on Gareth Anscombe after the Wales out-half had booted the ball upfield. Brilliant stuff from Wales. Gareth Anscombe tees it up. England build patiently, going through 11 phases before Gareth Davies intercepts a pass. Fabien Galthié has named his team for France’s warm-up game with Wales at the Stade de France as Les Bleus bid for back-to-back wins against their Guinness Six Nations rivals. Just four points separate the sides. And who could forget Wales' record 30-3 win over England in Cardiff to claim the 2013 Six Nations title. In the England ranks, George Kruis is replaced by Joe Launchbury. — Russ Petty (@rpetty80) February 23, 2019 6:22PM Penalty advantage to Wales who continue to ramp up the pressure on England. Galthié names France team for Wales warm-up in Paris. On the BBC, the commentary team and pundits are criticising England for their lack of ambition. From our man in the anorak: “It is six years since Wales were seven points or more behind at half-time in a Six Nations home match,” writes Simon Gleave, head of analysis at Gracenote.