England 29 - 18 Wales

Match info: Six Nations at Twickenham

Date: 09/03/2014 KO: 15:00 Att: 82,000

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers

England

TriesCare (6) Burrell (34)ConversionsFarrell (6, 34)PenaltiesFarrell (19, 27, 46, 55, 59)

29
vs
18

Wales

PenaltiesHalfpenny (9, 23, 31, 38, 40, 57)

FT (ht: 20-15)

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  • Full-time: England 29-18 Wales

  • England send on Lee Dickson, George Ford, Alex Goode and Tom Johnson for the closing seconds.

    79
  • England are pushed back territorially to the edge of the 22 but respond well with Vunipola involved. But after a brief surge, Wales turn it over and motor to halfway before being driven into touch. Game over for sure here with play now on halfway.

    78
  • Replacement full-back Lee Williams is penalised for taking out Brown after his chip into the Welsh 22. England will go for goal here then, surely? No, it goes to touch as they look to chew up the clock.

    77
  • England go close to putting the icing on the cake at Twickenham as Burrell reaches out to ground in the corner. However, referee Poite spots a foot in touch on the replay so it is no try. Great skills though from Lawes and Burrell down the right wing.

    75
  • The clock ticks down as Wales walk briskly to their line-out on the English ten-metre. England send on Dave Attwood and Henry Thomas for Launchbury and Wilson. Launchbury has been outstanding at lock.

    73
  • But England survive. Farrell clears to big cheers from the Twickenham supporters before they reclaim the ball on the Welsh 22. Score here and it's done.

    71
  • Great defence but not so great attack as May gets isolated which allows Wales to win a penalty. This will go downfield to England's 22. Points a must.

    69
  • That is great defence from England again as Wood and Farrell hold up Cuthbert to earn the scrum outside their own 22. Now it's Brown who clears.

    67
  • England have also made a change as Mako Vunipola replaces Marler at loosehead. Wow, James and co. will be delighted with that set-piece as they win the scrum penalty. Replacement Dan Biggar clears.

    65
  • Play will restart with an English scrum fifteen metres from the try-line as Paul James comes on, replacing Jenkins who doesn't return from the bin.

    64
  • England are just ten metres out here, looking good.

    63
  • Brown is leading by example for England as he takes his side over halfway and offers front-foot ball. Now the forwards take it on on the Welsh ten-metre before Farrell kicks into the corner of Wales' 22.

    62
  • PENALTY, ENGLAND, FARRELL. 29-18. Coach killer from Wales as Davies is penalised after the restart for playing the ball on the ground. Farrell punishes him as England go back up to an eleven-point lead.

    60
  • PENALTY, WALES, HALFPENNY. 26-18. It's Hartley who offends yet again as he takes out Faletau in the air at a line-out. Halfpenny from distance...over.

    57
  • PENALTY, ENGLAND, FARRELL. 26-15. The lead grows due to that offence as Farrell makes no mistake.

    55
  • YELLOW CARD, WALES, JENKINS. It was coming. Jenkins goes to the sin-bin as Poite penalises him for not driving straight at scrum time. He doesn't like it.

    54
  • That almost backfired from Brown as Wales countered superbly. Unfortunately for the visitors, a Roberts grubber through had way too much on it and England were able to ground in their own in-goal area.

    53
  • That almost backfired from Brown as Wales countered superbly. Unfortunately for the visitors, a Roberts grubber through had way too much on it and England were able to ground in their own in-goal area.

    51
  • Good work from Care as he disrupts Warburton and forces the Welsh flanker to knock-on. So it's an English put-in fifteen metres away from halfway before Brown kicks down to the Welsh back three.

    50

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