England vs Wales RBS Six Nations 2016 Championships
The Wales squad will be looking forward to the RBS Six Nations 2016 Championships, with particular interest to Round 4, which has them up against rivals England at their home ground Twickenham. The England squad turned a few heads in the previous Six Nations encounter, with Wales being beaten in front of a Millennium Stadium packed with Welsh fans 16-21, even after the 10 point lead from Halfpenny’s penalty and Rhys Webb’s try, The English forwards drove deep, one after the other, into the Welsh line in the second half, allowing Joseph and Watson to score key Try’s, alongside a conversion from Ford, allowed England to inevitably win the game. To Wales, this defeat was reinforced further by the fact 5 England players made their Six Nation debuts, meaning the Welsh team an inexperienced England squad who possessed 290 fewer caps in total.
This sets the RBS Six Nations 2016 tournament as a chance for the Wales Squad to not only return the blow, but also in front of an English Crowd in Twickenham, which after witnessing the England Squad’s performance in the World Cup, will be expecting a game to reinstate their pride in the team. And potentially act as a sign to whether the England team has a chance of securing the Six Nations title.