VIDEO: Five great Wales v England moments
WALES will host England in what should be a momentous Six Nations title decider at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.
With the fixture throwing up some dramatic and stirring moments over the years, here are five of the most memorable clips.
Scott Gibbs spoils England’s party (1999)
England looked set to seal a Grand Slam after outplaying Wales in the first half at Wembley — then Wales’s home with the Millennium Stadium being rebuilt — but a stirring second-half fightback saw Wales win thanks to this stunning injury-time try by Gibbs.
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JPR Williams torments England at Twickenham (1976)
JPR Williams loved playing against England. He won all 11 of his matches against them and scored five tries, one of which at Twickenham helped tee up the 1976 Grand Slam.
Gavin Henson’s booming penalty (2005)
Perma-tanned and silver-booted, Henson’s nerveless long-distance penalty helped Wales beat England and set up a first Grand Slam since 2005.
Supersub Scott Williams steals the show (2012)
A second-half replacement for Jamie Roberts, Williams ripped the ball from Courtney Lawes, kicked ahead, gathered and sped over the line to seal the Triple Crown and help Wales to another clean sweep.
Adrian Hadley cuts England to ribbons (1988)
Wing Adrian Hadley scored two tries when Wales won at Twickenham in 1988, and his first was a work of art.
(Fast-forward to 2.30 to see Hadley’s try in the video below)