England's assistant coach Graham Rowntree has called on his squad to "harness the fear" and turn it to their advantage when they face Wales on their home turf today.
Stuart Lancaster's squad will be playing for their first time at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff against their arch-rivals Wales.
He said the team have learned a lot about "dealing with hostility" from some recent big matches in South Africa, France and Ireland.
"I remember it as a player, that intimidation and fear that drives you on when you are away from home," he added.
The Interim Head Coach said he was 'proud to be a Welshman' as Wales clinched the RBS 6 Nations title and deprived England of a Grand Slam.
Austin Healey is being to urged to pay up after offering to bet every person in Wales £1 that England would win the Six Nations.
After an opening weekend defeat, Wales now stand on the brink of Six Nations glory. Can they beat England and clinch the title?