Watch England vs Wales Live Streaming Mid Year 2016 June Tournament Free Online Week 02 Saturday 29 May 2016.It’s Will be kick of at Twickenham Stadium, London, England, Time 15:00 (BST) broadcast on BBC, RTE,S4C.
Match: England vs Wales
Date: 29 May 2016
Stadium: Twickenham Stadium, London, England
Competition: June Tour Rugby
Kickoff time: 15:00 (BST)
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England and Wales’s summer tour warm-up match is at Twickenham on Sunday, the day after the Aviva Premiership final between Saracens and Exeter.The action gets going at 3pm.You will catch it on Sky Sports 3 (build-up starts at 2.30pm).
Both countries have demanding-looking tours looming large. England are off to Australia for a three-Test series in June while Wales are looking forward to a similar itinerary in New Zealand. Sunday’s fixture, for the Old Mutual Wealth Cup, has had its critics but it will serve as decent preparation for the adventures Down Under.
Honours even. They’ve already met twice at Twickenham since last September. Wales won the first encounter, 28-25 in a World Cup pool match. England had revenge in the Six Nations, winning 25-21 on their way to the title. Historically, it’s close. The old rivals have met 128 times, England winning 59 and Wales 57.
Not this time. Six of the England squad who beat Wales in March are involved in the Aviva Premiership final between Saracens and Exeter 24 hours earlier. That means Wales will face a pack without Maro Itoje, George Kruis and Billy Vunipola, and Owen Farrell will be missing behind the scrum. Joe Launchbury and Courtney Lawes are expected to replace Kruis and Itoje.
As for Wales, captain Sam Warburton is injured, France-based Jonathan Davies and Luke Charteris are absent and Exeter’s Tomas Francis is in action a day earlier. On the plus side, Alun Wyn Jones is likely to play after injury and Wales are likely to put out their strongest available XV.
Wales hooker Scott Baldwin says: “It’s a chance for redemption and if we win up there it puts us in a good place going into the tour. It’s a full-blown Test match so we’ve got to be on the money mentally and physically to get a result.
“They are missing a couple of players but there’s a lot of strength-in-depth in England at the moment and the majority of the squad will be there for them at the weekend.”
Jack Clifford, expected to play No 8 for England, says: “It will be a great game and a launchpad for the guys who are going to Australia. You are playing for something and your position on the tour. It will be right up there in terms of Test-match intensity. There will be no holding back.