• Wales 21-13 England
• Hosts rally from 10-3 down at half-time
It might not have been the biggest game of the Wales players’ lives, as Eddie Jones had suggested in the buildup, but few victories will have tasted sweeter. It was their 12th in succession, beating a record that had stood for more than a century, kept this year’s tournament alive and was their first victory in the Six Nations over their rivals since 2013, when they last won the title.
Wales were 10-3 down at half-time but won the second period 18-3 to deny England a bonus point and move two points above them in the table. They are still likely to have to win the grand slam to secure a fourth title in the Warren Gatland era, but if they maintain the spirit and resolve they showed here, in a match few gave them a chance of winning, they will take some stopping.