Six Nations 2015: Sir Clive Woodward on 'biggest ever opener'

Former England head coach Sir Clive Woodward says Friday's Six Nations opener between Wales and England at the Millennium Stadium is the biggest in the tournament's history.

He says that because the two sides are in the same pool at the World Cup later this year, it puts added pressure on coaches Warren Gatland and Stuart Lancaster.

Woodward, who led England to the 2003 World Cup title, recalls the same fixture in 2013 when an electric atmosphere helped Wales claimed a record-breaking win.

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