Wales extended their unbeaten run to 12 games as they overcame England 21-13 in a hugely physical encounter.

The first points of the game went to England with an Owen Farrell penalty on 17 minutes.

After turning down a couple of early kicks, Wales were back on level terms after 24 minutes, with Gareth Anscombe making the scores 3-3.

England hit back straight away. After a Welsh maul was turned over England quickly pounced on the loose ball and attacked deep in the Welsh 22. Tom Curry spotted a gap at the side of the ruck and raced over to score.

A Farrell conversation made the scores 10-3 to England.

The score stayed that way up to half time despite the game being an end to end encounter.

Some ill-discipline by England at the start of the second half put Wales on top and Anscombe kicked back-to-back penalties to make it a one-point game.

Farrell kicked one back on 60 minutes, but England struggled to maintain control of the game through some poor kicking and bad decision making.

After some sustained pressure, Cory Hill hit a great angle to crash over to score Wales first try. A Dan Biggar conversion put Wales 16-13 ahead.

With only minutes to play a pin-point cross-filed kick from Biggar allowed Josh Adams to leap, juggle and dive over to score in the corner to put the game beyond England’s reach.

England will be disappointed with their second-half performance, while Wales have kept their grand slam hopes alive.

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