Round two of the 2024 Guinness Six Nations takes place this weekend with Wales set to take on England at Twickenham Stadium. 

Wales will be looking to bounce back after a 26-27 loss to Scotland at Principality Stadium last Saturday (February 3) to kick start their 2024 Six Nations campaign. 

Wales came back from 0-27 down at the start of the second half to come within one point of Scotland, but weren't able to get over the line in a close contest which had originally looked like a blowout.

It was Scotland's first win at Principality Stadium in 22 years.

While England overturned a halftime deficit to defeat Italy in Rome in round one of the 2024 Six Nations - 24-27.

Wales Six Nations team v England

Wales coach Warren Gatland on Wednesday (February 7) named the side that will be taking on England on Saturday (February 10) in their Six Nations clash. 

There have been seven changes to the Wales team that faced Scotland last weekend including George North who will play in his 50th Six Nations fixture when he takes to the field on Saturday.

The Wales side that will take on England on Saturday is:

  1. Gareth Thomas
  2. Elliot Dee
  3. Keiron Assiratti
  4. Dafydd Jenkins (c)
  5. Adam Beard
  6. Alex Mann
  7. Tommy Reffell
  8. Aaron Wainwright
  9. Tomos Williams
  10. Ioan Lloyd
  11. Rio Dyer
  12. Nick Tompkins
  13. George North
  14. Josh Adams
  15. Cameron Winnett

Replacements: Ryan Elias (16), Corey Domachowski (17), Archie Griffin* (18), Will Rowlands (19), Taine Basham (20), Kieran Hardy (21), Cai Evans (22) and Mason Grady (23). 

* - uncapped player


When and where to watch Wales v England Six Nations 2024 match on TV

Wales' Six Nations fixture against England will be broadcast on ITV1, S4C and ITVX with kick-off at 4.45pm.

Coverage of the England v Wales match will start at 4pm on Saturday (February 10) and is scheduled to conclude at 7.15pm.