England once again came from behind at halftime in the Six Nations, narrowly defeating a spirited and youthful Wales team at Twickenham.
Similar to the previous week in Rome, England found themselves trailing at halftime, with Wales securing a penalty try and an Alex Mann score, putting them in a position to achieve their first victory at Twickenham since 2015.
However, Fraser Dingwall’s try in the corner brought England within a point, and George Ford’s penalty ultimately secured the win.
Ford redeemed himself for not converting Ben Earl’s first-half try.
However, not everyone left a lasting impression at Twickenham, and four noticeable changes have been proposed for the upcoming clash against Scotland at Murrayfield next weekend.
#1. Fraser Dingwall
Telegraph 5/10: “The try covered a multitude of sins – from George North running straight through him, to not holding his line before passing to Daly.”
Planet Rugby 6/10: “Not a huge carrying threat but a smart operator. Took his try well and is a good distributor on the gain line, although he needs to show more in the rest of the Six Nations.”
Replacement: Ollie Lawrence (If fit)
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