The 2020 Six Nations will once again see England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales international rugby union teams take each other on over the course of five thrilling rugby-packed weekends of fixtures. This is an international competition that takes place annually, with each of the six sides playing each other once.
The 2020 fixture schedule for the Guinness Six Nations begins on Saturday, 1st February 2020 with Wales getting the first match underway against Italy at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff followed by Ireland hosting Scotland at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin; then on Sunday 2nd February 2020 France host England.
England will face Wales at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 7th March, during the penultimate round of the 2020 Six Nations Championship. One of the fiercest and oldest rivalries in the competition, this match is sure to produce an epic contest. Wales came from behind to beat England 21-13 during the 2019 Championship. More recently, England and Wales contested two World Cup warm-up matches during the summer, with each team winning one match apiece. England and Wales have contested a total of 134 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1881. England have won 63 of those matches, whilst Wales have won 59 matches. There have also been 12 drawn matches between the two nations.
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England and Wales have played each other at rugby union since 1881. A total of 139 matches have been played, with England having won 63 times, Wales having won 64 times and 12 matches having been drawn. There is a considerable rivalry between the sides due to the proximity of the two nations and the history between them.
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A rivalry that goes beyond the 80 minutes of rugby, England v Wales is one of the most iconic matches in the world. In 2019, Wales turned in one of their most iconic performances in Cardiff to derail England’s Grand Slam bid. It was a classic of its time – beautifully balanced, total commitment, wonderful skill – and Wales came out on top. England will be seething for the chance of revenge and Twickenham will be rammed to the rafters for this one. Swing Low will boom, the white shirts will swarm, it’s not to be missed if you are a rugby fan who wants it in the raw.