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Live Reporting

Chris Osborne

All times stated are UK

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    Who can feel the most confident going into their tasty three-Test tours?

    If Wales perform like they did today in the world champions' backyard, they'll get gobbled up for breakfast. But if anyone can sort them out, it's Warren Gatland.

    England look like they continue to go in the right direction. George Ford needs to put today's performance firmly to the back of his mind. Can Eddie Jones continue to remain undefeated as England boss?

    Join us in the summer to find out.

    Until then, it's cheerio from us.

  2. Where next?

    On to the plane it is for both of these teams then. Here's the schedule down under for England and Wales.

    11 June

    New Zealand v Wales (Auckland)

    Australia v England (Brisbane)

    18 June

    New Zealand v Wales (Wellington)

    Australia v England (Melbourne)

    25 June

    New Zealand v Wales (Dunedin)

    Australia v England (Sydney)

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    England 27-13 Wales

    Joe Launchbury was terrific today. As was Jack Clifford.

    Launchbury and Courtney Lawes might have given Eddie Jones something to think about regarding the four and five shirts.

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    England 27-13 Wales

    England lock and man of the match Joe Launchbury on Sky Sports: "We didn't get the best of starts but it was great to see everyone dig in. We had a bit of control in the second half. Myself and all the squad wanted to put in a good performance."

    England win
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    England 27-13 Wales

    Wales centre Jamie Roberts on Sky Sports: "It's frustrating. We thought we could have come out in the second half as well as we did in the first. That points swing at the start of the second half killed us. I won't say too much about their try (Jack Clifford's from Dan Cole's debated knock on).

    "We came out the blocks well and I thought we brought intensity. We didn't sustain it for 80 minutes and we need to work on that for the All Blacks. We’re disappointed. We know the level we need to be at."

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    England 27-13 Wales

    And fresh from saying those words, Dylan Hartley climbs the steps at Twickenham to collect the Old Mutual Wealth Cup.

    Hopefully he'll recall collecting this piece of silverware, after admitting he didn't remember lifting the Six Nations trophy after a blow to the head.

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    Bangramonkey: England 27-13 Wales. Should have been England 41-13 Wales

    Tom Rowse: Strong Wales being 5-try beaten by a England 2nds team without a kicker shows just how much England have. Aus watch out.

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    England 27-13 Wales

    England captain Dylan Hartley on Sky Sports: "It was a slow start from us. Wales came out the blocks. We were caught napping, credit to the boys, we stuck in there.

    "I don't want to use short preparation time as an excuse. The first 20 minutes weren't up to where we needed to be. I've been doing plenty of fitness work - but nothing prepares you for a Test match. My feet are a bit sore."

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    England 27-13 Wales

    Wales started brightly this afternoon, but drifted as the game drew on.

    The line-out was sloppy - they lost three - and conceded 19 turnovers.

    Plenty for Warren Gatland to ponder.

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    England 27-13 Wales

    One last push from England with a line-out as the clock ticks past 80 minutes. It comes to nothing, and that's all folks.

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    England 27-13 Wales

    A chance for Wales.

    Hallam Amos, who has looked bright, slips through some shoddy England tackles and gives it to Rhys Priestland - but Mike Brown cuts him down and the Wales 10 knocks on.

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    England 27-13 Wales

    It's almost a glorious start to his England career for Ollie Devoto.

    Elliot Daly does well to offload to the Bath man, but he's hauled down before the line.

    Swing Low sweeps around Twickenham.

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    England 27-13 Wales

    And now Tommy Taylor is on too - that's the fourth first cap for England of the day.

    The future is now for England.

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    England 27-13 Wales

    Another debutant for England as Ollie Devoto comes on in an England shirt for the first time.

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    England 27-13 Wales

    Can Wales salvage something from this?

    Liam Williams sends a grubber down the line and George North is hunting it down. No dice though, as it bobbles into touch.

    Liam Willaims of Wales
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    England 27-13 Wales

    George Ford has one kick from seven today.

    Owen Farrell will be welcomed back into the side with open arms.

  17. Missed penalty

    England 27-13 Wales


    George Ford has missed a penalty. Again.

    To be fair, this is the first one he's pulled, all the others were pushed. Mixing it up now.

    George Ford of England
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    England 27-13 Wales

    England almost mess up their defensive line-out, but they recover and Matt Kvesic, fresh off the bench, wins a penalty at the breakdown on the Welsh 22.

    Dylan Hartley points to the posts - boos from the crowd.

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    England 27-13 Wales

    England are happy to let Wales come on to them now.

    Rhys Priestland injects some pace by giving it to Hallam Amos, who opts for a grubber that's no good.

    Dylan Hartley and Taulupe Faletau
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    England 27-13 Wales

    George Ford gives up possession with an aimless kick - you worry his head has gone with all those misses from the tee.