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Today England and Wales will battle it out in the next leg of the Autumn Nations Rugby Cup 2020.

The final Pool A match between the two titans of the sport is set to be an interesting one.

England are coming off six successive victories, beating fellow Six Nations rivals Ireland last weekend.

While Wales have some work to do having lost six of their last seven games.

Despite Wales not having had a great record recently, it’s unlikely that they’ll go down without a fight later today (November 28).

Even though England may be sitting comfortably at the top of Pool A, the outcome of this weekend will decide which pool runner up also goes through to the next round.

What time is England vs Wales rugby kick off?

Kickoff will be at 4pm on Saturday afternoon (November 28).

Today’s match will, of course, be played behind closed doors at the Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli, South Wales.

What channel is England vs Wales rugby on today?

Watching the Autumn Series hasn’t been the easiest thing for regular rugby fans.

If you’re in Wales or can get Welsh language channel S4C then the match will be broadcast live, with coverage from 3.30pm.

For English speaking fans, the match will be shown live on Amazon Prime, with the buildup starting at 3pm.

Gabby Logan will be pitch-side with Wales rugby legend Sam Warburton, ex-England captain Dylan Hartley and Springbok legend Bryan Habana. Andrew Cotter, David Flatman and Tom Shanklin will be commentating.

Amazon Prime bought the rights to the majority of the Autumn Nations Cup, with the paid subscription service set to show 14 of the 16 games throughout the tournament, including the final on December 6.

Those without a Prime membership can sign up for a two-week trial which would more than cover the rest of the tournament.

England and Wales rugby line-ups

Wales:  15. Leigh Halfpenny, 14. Louis Rees-Zammit, 13. Nick Tompkins, 12. Johnny Williams, 11. Josh Adams, 10. Dan Biggar, 9. Lloyd Williams, 1. Wyn Jones, 2. Ryan Elias, 3. Samson Lee, 4. Jake Ball, 5. Alun Wyn Jones (capt), 6. Shane Lewis-Hughes, 7. James Botham, 8. Taulupe Faletau.

Replacements:  16. Elliot Dee, 17. Rhys Carre, 18. Tomas Francis, 19. Will Rowlands, 20. Aaron Wainwright, 21. Rhys Webb, 22. Callum Sheedy, 23. Owen Watkin.

England:  15. Elliot Daly, 14. Jonathan Joseph, 13. Henry Slade, 12. Owen Farrell, 11. Jonny May, 10. George Ford, 9. Ben Youngs, 1. Mako Vunipola, 2. Jamie George, 3. Kyle Sinckler, 4. Maro Itoje, 5. Joe Launchbury, 6. Tom Curry, 7. Sam Underhill, 8. Billy Vunipola.

Replacements:  16. Luke Cowan-Dickie, 17. Ellis Genge, 18. Will Stuart, 19. Jonny Hill, 20. Ben Earl, 21. Jack Willis, 22. Dan Robson, 23. Anthony Watson.

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