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Rugby World Cup Blog: England v Wales

Following their superb win against Fiji, England came up against Wales for their second match of the Rugby World Cup. Unfortunately the World Cup hosts couldn't make it two out of two wins, as a mighty Wales achieved a slim 28-25 win at Twickenham on Saturday. 

"We've got a massive game now to build to," said England Head Coach, Stuart Lancaster. "There's a lot of frustration in the changing room and that frustration has to be turned into a positive mindset."

England lead the first half 19-9 and 22-12 in the second half, but it wasn't enough to secure the win as Wales fought back following a handful of injured players. 

"We were 22-12 up at one point and to go from that position after 50-odd minutes to lose the game is very disappointing,” Lancaster admitted.

Next up on the calendar for England is a hotly anticipated fixture against Australia; who are currently leading Pool A with a +77 points difference.

RWC Eng v Wal

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