England and Wales will go head to head at Twickenham tonight in a sporting showdown that could influence which team will go through to the Rugby World Cup's knockout stages.
The potentially crucial match will see the long time rivals playing to secure their places at the top of the group table ahead of other Pool A opponents Australia, Fiji and Uruguay, as they play their second games of this year's contest.
Ahead of tonight's 8pm kick-of England coach Graham Rowntree said he believed Wales would be coming into the match with "doubts in their minds" after losing the last two games they have played against England.
But Wales fly-half Dan Biggar has insisted Wales will arrive at Twickenham confident and ready for battle as they "are fully aware of what is at stake."
Wales have beaten underdogs Uruguay 54-9 in the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff.
Uruguay started well, scoring off three penalties, but Wales romped to victory with a total of eight tries.
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