ENGLAND will be determined to bounce back from their Wales thrashing in part two of this thrilling pre-Rugby World Cup double-header.
Steve Borthwick only fielded two of the likely starters for the huge curtain raiser against Argentina next month.
But that decision quickly came back to haunt the Red Rose boss as he saw his side dismantled 20-9 in Cardiff.
And fans are beginning to fear that England have not worked on their mistakes which cost them at this year's Six Nations.
However, Borthwick's side can right some wrongs in the reverse Welsh fixture which is approaching faster than you think.
When is England vs Wales?
- Round two of England against Wales will take place on Saturday, August 12.
- It is scheduled to get underway at 5:30pm BST.
- Twickenham Stadium in London is the allocated arena for this match and it can host approximately 82,000 roaring fans.
- Wales comfortably beat England 20-9 when the sides met last weekend.
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What TV channel is it on can it be live streamed?
- England vs Wales will be broadcast LIVE on Amazon Prime in the UK.
- A monthly subscription costs viewers £8.99, or you viewers can pay £95 for an Annual pass.
- Fans can stream the entire action through Prime Video's official website.
How can I watch it for FREE?
Amazon Prime offer a 30-day FREE trial in the UK.
Steve Borthwick has named a mixture of experience with young talent for England's 33-man Rugby World Cup squad ahead of this huge match.
While Wales manager Warran Gatland is forced to continue without key stars such as Will Davies-King, Josh Mcloed and Ken Owens due to injury.
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England Forwards: Ollie Chessum, Dan Cole, Tom Curry, Theo Dan, Ben Earl, Ellis Genge, Jamie George, Maro Itoje, Courtney Lawes, Lewis Ludlam, Joe Marler, George Martin, David Ribbans, Bevan Rodd, Kyle Sinckler, Will Stuart, Billy Vunipola, Jack Walker, Jack Willis
England Backs: Henry Arundell, Danny Care, Elliot Daly, Owen Farrell, George Ford, Ollie Lawrence, Max Malins, Joe Marchant, Marcus Smith, Freddie Steward, Manu Tuilagi, Jack van Poortvliet, Anthony Watson, Ben Youngs
Wales Forwards: Corey Domachowski, Kemsley Mathias, Nicky Smith, Gareth Thomas, Elliot Dee, Ryan Elias, Dewi Lake, Sam Parry, Keiron Assiratti, Tomas Francis, Dillon Lewis, Henry Thomas, Adam Beard, Ben Carter, Rhys Davies, Dafydd Jenkins, Will Rowlands, Christ Tshiunza, Teddy Williams, Taine Basham, Dan Lydiate, Jac Morgan, Taine Plumtree, Tommy Reffell, Aaron Wainwright.
Wales Backs: Gareth Davies, Kieran Hardy, Tomos Williams, Gareth Anscombe, Dan Biggar, Sam Costelow, Mason Grady, Max Llewellyn, George North, Nick Tompkins, Keiran Williams, Josh Adams, Rio Dyer, Cai Evans, Leigh Halfpenny, Louis Rees-Zammit, Tom Rogers, Liam Williams.
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