England forwards coach Matt Proudfoot will have his pack fired up for Saturday’s collision with Wales as he looks to settle his own score in Cardiff.
One of the many intriguing duels in store when Wales and England clash at the Principality Stadium on Saturday is a high-octane collision on the wing.
Billy Vunipola admits he has been “playing rubbish” and blames the collapse in form that has endangered his England place on being a “coward” due to fatigue.
Wales wing sensation Louis Rees-Zammit has been backed to “deal with anything that comes his way” in Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations showdown against England.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho says Gareth Bale has nothing to prove, insisting his “special qualities” can help the club between now and the end of the season.
England defence coach John Mitchell insists the recent spate of red cards must not deter players from making dominant tackles.
Jonathan Ford’s position as chief executive of the Football Association of Wales is in doubt.
Rates of coronavirus in Wales have fallen by more than 80% since December, the country’s deputy chief medical officer has said.
All secondary school students in Wales could be back in the classroom after Easter, depending on the coronavirus situation in the country, the Education Minister has said.
The Guinness Six Nations returns this week after a weekend off, with France and Wales leading the way.
Dylan Levitt is confident that taking the road less travelled can help him achieve his European Championship dreams after the Wales international surprisingly swapped Manchester United for a relegation fight in Croatia.
Facebook’s ban of news in Australia has prompted Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden to seek a meeting with the company’s executives, according to reports.
Eddie Jones attempted to persuade Louis Rees-Zammit to choose England over Wales and having failed in his pursuit, he hopes the wing’s explosive development stalls on Saturday.
Wales hooker Ken Owens has warned England to expect no less intensity at an empty Principality Stadium than if there were 70,000 Welsh fans screaming at them.
Paisley in central Scotland has been identified as Britain’s top property hotspot, with asking prices there surging by 15% over the past year.
Wales has become the first UK nation to administer the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccination to the equivalent of a third of its adult population.
Wales will consider allowing its tourism industry to partially reopen in time for Easter if the country’s coronavirus situation continues to improve, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
Wales’ lockdown rules will remain in place for at least another three weeks to allow a safe return to school for the country’s youngest pupils from Monday, the Welsh Government has said.
The Government’s education catch-up plans fail to offer pupils the support they need, a report suggests.
Iceland has sacked a senior boss after he made controversial comments about Wales and the Welsh language.
Boris Johnson has said he is “reluctant” to link high coronavirus death rates in the south Wales valleys to austerity measures imposed by previous UK Governments.
Boris Johnson has said discussions will continue with Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford and the other devolved nations over whether the UK will leave lockdown at the same time.
The average UK house price reached a record high of £252,000 in December 2020, official figures show.
Manchester United midfielder Dylan Levitt has joined Croatian side NK Istra 1961 on loan, subject to international clearance.
Alex Guest is not in the least bit surprised that Louis Rees-Zammit has made a blockbusting impact on Test match rugby.
Hamish Watson has described his comments about Scotland team-mate Zander Fagerson’s sending off against Wales as “poor”.
Andy Powell was thrown out of Wales’ Six Nations squad on this day in 2010 after driving a golf buggy on the M4 motorway while unfit through drink.
Manchester City enjoyed a good weekend as the race for the Premier League title took a potentially significant turn in their favour.
Furious Hamish Watson insists Zander Fagerson should be absolved of blame for Scotland’s sudden collapse against Wales as he hit out at referee Matthew Carley for sending the prop off.
An absorbing round two of the Guinness Six Nations produced wins for England, Wales and France.