Wales and England have agreed to sit and look at each other for 80 minutes in tomorrow’s friendly at Twickenham to avoid any unnecessary injuries.
Last autumn’s friendly matches saw Wales lose several of their key players through injury in what many described as unnecessary games.
A spokesman for the WRU told WalesOnCraic:
“Obviously, the lads have gone out there today and given it 100% and obviously all credit to the other side obviously. I told the lads to come out here today and enjoy themselves and obviously all credit to the other side and obviously, we’ll take the positives from this game and take it onto our next game because obviously we only take one game at a time and that’s what I always say to the lads except at half time when I tell them to get their fingers out their arses and to take one game at a time and obviously, we’ll take the positives from this game and look forward to the next game cos yeah.”
A spokesman for England Rugby said:
“What ho, cheps.”