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Six Nations Grandstand

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Wales v England
Steve Rider is in Cardiff to present this evening's Six Nations encounter (kick-off 5.30) at the Millennium Stadium. Resurgent Wales will be hopeful of victory against a new-look England side, who are once again without injured fly-half and captain Jonny Wilkinson. The Welsh, however, haven't beaten England in Cardiff since 1993 and coach Andy Robinson will be confident he has enough talent at his disposal to compensate for the loss of Wilkinson. Eddie Butler and Brian Moore provide the commentary.
Television presentation Gareth Mainwaring BBCi: digital viewers can access interactive Six Nations options, including highlights and match statistics, via their TV handset Italy v Ireland can be seen tomorrow at 1.45pm on BBC2 Six Nations preview: page 33

Contributors

Unknown: Captain Jonny Wilkinson.
Unknown: Andy Robinson
Unknown: Eddie Butler
Unknown: Brian Moore
Unknown: Gareth Mainwaring

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Six Nations Grandstand

BBC One London, 5 February 2005 17.15






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