Wales and England play again this weekend Image: Getty Images Get the biggest rugby stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for the purpose of sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Wales and England do battle once more today at Cardiff's Principality Stadium as Warren Gatland's men bid to redeem themselves after last weekend's defeat at Twickenham. The sell-out game, the second of Wales' Rugby World Cup warm-up fixtures, has seen Gatland make three changes to his side as his squad aim to put down their markers for the trip to Japan. Both sides could potentially move to number one in the World Rugby rankings with victory, as long as New Zealand lose against Australia.
Italy, on the other hand, is coming off a huge loss to France, which they suffered in Paris last week.
Eddie Jones said that he's implementing a "mix and match" selection policy against Italy to develop his team's ability to cope with situations on the fly.
This strategy will see Harlequins centre Joe Marchant start the game, despite him not being part of the World Cup squad. A relatively-inexperienced England side ended Wales' 14 match-winning streak defeating them in the first of their World Cup warm-up matches.
But Wales bounced back to win at Cardiff's Principality Stadium. The win briefly put them atop the rugby rankings for the first time since World Rugby introduced the ranking system in In their last game at London's Twickenham Stadium two weeks back, England scored eight tries as they got the better of Ireland , winning against their neighbours by a record number of points.
Meanwhile, Italy has just one win from their three warm-up Tests. They lost to Ireland, then won against Russia before last week's loss to France.
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