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22/02/2012 16:46 | By Rob Jones, producer, MSN Sport
England v Wales at Twickenham - 1978-2012

1986 – England 21-18 Wales

1986 – England 21-18 Wales (© Getty Images)
  • 1978 – England 6-9 Wales (© Getty Images)
  • 1980 – England 9-8 Wales (© Getty Images)
  • 1982 – England 17-7 Wales (© Getty Images)
  • 1984 – England 15-24 Wales (© Getty Images)
  • 1986 – England 21-18 Wales (© Getty Images)
  • 1988 – England 3-11 Wales (© Getty Images)
  • 1990 – England 36-6 Wales (© Getty Images)
  • 1992 – England 24-0 Wales (© Getty Images)
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This narrow victory was England's only against Wales in eight matches in all competitions between 1993 and 1990. And it was to be one of the only moments of joy in the tournament as they conceded 100 points, more than any other team.

23/02/2012 11:51

WALES will beat england at twickers they have got a good all round side and are stronger than ever then it's a walk in the park to be champions.


23/02/2012 12:11

Wales should hammer england out of sight,but stranger things have happened, and these young men have alot to prove.


I fancy a close call with england on the backfoot most of the game.

23/02/2012 22:39
The bookies are offering rather un sporting odds on wales beating england,so i guess they think the same as me,i think wales will put 20 points on the england tally,still could,nt get good odds on that,so the consensus is england are going to get smashed!!!
With the team Lancaster has picked,yes.
23/02/2012 20:53
if we can do well with our line out  we should win easy but if not it will be like the other game very close
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