With their Six Nations title hopes now all but gone, Wales head coach Warren Gatland admits the countdown to next year's World Cup is on.
We take a look back through the archive to find the most iconic moments from Six Nations clashes between Wales and England.
Wales face England as they bid to keep their Six Nations title hopes alive. But can they overcome the resurgent red rose brigade?
Wales head coach Warren Gatland pointed to how a busy last 18 months of rugby may have had an effect on his players, after their hopes of a third consecutive Six Nations title were ended by England yesterday.
"It has been tough on these players in retrospect - a Grand Slam (2012), a championship (2013) and a Lions tour. It has been a long 18 months for those players," Gatland said.
"But this is professional sport and you've got to get yourselves up, and unfortunately we weren't as good as we can be. That is disappointing", Gatland admitted.
"Teams are pretty close in this competition. I think the four top teams are all capable of beating each other on their day if they get their performance right, and England got their performance right."
Full back Leigh Halfpenny dislocated a shoulder at Twickenham, while scrum half Rhys Webb is also likely to miss Wales' final game of the championship against Scotland on Saturday.
A number of other players are facing real competition for their places.
Wales captain Sam Warburton admitted "England deserved the win."
The CEO of the Commonwealth Games Council for Wales says by bringing athletes and coaches from past and present back to the communities they came from for the Queen's Baton Relay, it will 'inspire the next generation' of athletes in the country.
– Chris Jenkins, CEO of the Commonwealth Games Council for Wales
The Queen's Baton Relay is a chance for the whole nation to get behind the team of athletes set to compete for Wales at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games just two months later, and it really is an invitation to join us on our journey.
By linking athletes and coaches from past and present back to the communities they came from through the Queen's Baton Relay, we hope that it will inspire the next generation to believe that anything is possible, and that one day they could be a Commonwealth champion bringing their medals home.
The Queen's Baton Relay begins in Wales on Saturday 24th May 2014 and will spend seven days visiting a mixture of close knit community events, large multi-sport bonanzas and iconic landmarks before it heads across the border to England on Friday 30th May.
The names of over 130 people who will carry the baton in May when the Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton Relay touches down in Wales have been announced today.
Double Commonwealth gold medallist, Kirsty Wade, Olympic and Commonwealth weightlifter, Michaela Breeze, London 2012 Paralympic gold medallist Aled Davies and Wales Rugby Sevens and Scarlets star, Lee Williams are just a few of the athletes from Wales' sporting hall of fame that have been confirmed.
Each baton bearer will carry the baton as it takes its seven-day journey across Wales' towns, villages and communities.
Wales full-back Leigh Halfpenny will miss the rest of this season after dislocating his right shoulder during the 29-18 RBS 6 Nations defeat against England at Twickenham.
Halfpenny, who kicked all Wales' points with six penalties, was comfortably his team's best player.
But Wales head coach Warren Gatland revealed the extent of Halfpenny's injury in his post-match press conference.
Scarlets back Liam Williams will be favourite to replace him in next Saturday's final Six Nations game against Scotland in Cardiff.
Scrum-half Rhys Webb also went off injured, suffering what appeared to be an ankle injury, but there was no immediate fitness update on him.
Gatland is due to announce his team to face Scotland on Tuesday.
Wales' Six Nations hopes have been dashed after a 29-18 defeat at Twickenham this afternoon.
England's Danny Care scored a try after just four minutes, with centre Luther Burrell crossing in the first half, as England went in at half time 20-15 to the good.
Wales were grateful to fullback Leigh Halfpenny who kicked six penalties in the game, but England, for whom Owen Farrell kicked 19 points, kept their noses ahead to seal the 29-18 victory. It's their first triple crown since 2003.
It leaves England, Ireland and France fighting it out for the Six Nations title next weekend.
Wales' host Scotland in Cardiff.
Wrexham have secured a goalless draw at home against Kidderminster in the Conference.
Andy Bishop was sent off in the 78th minute after receiving two yellow cards.
There was disappointment for Newport County today as they lost 2-1 at Mansfield.
The team equalised at the beginning of the second half with a goal from Rene Howe, but a second goal from Anthony Howell put hosts Mansfield back in front.