England hopefuls give Eddie Jones much to ponder in defeat of Wales

• England 27-13 Wales

England maintained their 100% record under the stewardship of Eddie Jones with a convincing 27-13 victory in a fast, open encounter at Twickenham. The Six Nations grand slam champions scored five tries to boost squad morale ahead of their departure for a three-Test tour to Australia.

Wales, in contrast, will fly out to face New Zealand in thoughtful mood, knowing the margin of defeat could have been even wider against an England side missing 10 players involved in the previous day’s Premiership play-off final. George Ford missed four conversions and two penalties but tries from Luther Burrell, Anthony Watson, Ben Youngs, Jack Clifford and Marland Yarde ensured it did not matter.

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