England 25 - 21 Wales
12 March 2016
A first-half try from Anthony Watson and three penalties from Owen Farrell established a 16-0 half-time lead for England at Twickenham Stadium.
England begun at pace, stretching the Welsh defensive line, allowing Farrell to score two quick penalties. Wales were being starved of the ball and it was Itoje's power that led to the game's first try.
Tries from Dan Biggar, George North and Talupe Faletau gave Wales hope but England narrowly clinched victory 25-21.
England 23 - 19 Wales
06 August 2011
England inched to victory in this opening World Cup warm-up match at Twickenham for both sides.
Jonny Wilkinson's early penalty put England ahead but Wales led 7-3 after a skilful try from George North. James Haskell scored in the first half and Jonny Wilkinson put away a drop goal to see England lead 13-7 at half time.
Three minutes into the second half, Tuilagi took a pass from Wilkinson and powered through two defenders to score under the posts. Shane Williams Wales' record try-scorer scored in the 56th minute to make his 54th try in his 80th Test for his country.
Sam Warburton went close to scoring twice before North cruised over for his second try. Priestland's conversion ensured an anxious finish for England before departing for New Zealand.
England 50 - 10 Wales
23 February 2002
England thoroughly outclassed Wales in this Six Nations match thrashing its opposition at Twickenham Stadium.
It was the first clean sweep of the home nations for England since 1998 with incredible play by Jonny Wilkinson and Will Greenwood. Wilkinson scored 30 points to take his international rugby point score to more than 500. Greenwood and Wilkinson combined forces to score England’s first try after 10 minutes.
Wales made a strong start but could not hold back a determined England who broke at half time 19-3. Wales fly-half Iestyn Harris scored their only try in the second half with England going on to score a further four tries.
England dominated play and having weathered a strong starting Wales defence, the result was not ever really in doubt.