In what is undoubtedly the biggest game of all the Rugby World Cup fixtures up until now will get under way at 8pm on Saturday 26th September, as our Welsh Dragons travel to Twickenham to go head-to-head with historic rivals and land-locked neighbours England. After Australia failed to earn themselves what could turn out to be a vital bonus point against the Fijians, the Wales vs England clash could be a bigger game than first thought, if that was possible, with the winner of the match getting the upper hand in progressing to the quarter finals. Wales currently sit top of pool A, on points difference only, following their battering of Uruguay 54-9. However, England are certainly right on the case, and with the England team yet to take on the South Americans, the small margins could prove pivotal. As we previously mentioned in our last rugby-related blog, there are only two teams who can qualify from each group, with a lot of people maintaining their belief that the Australians will be progressing, with either England or Wales joining them. In the previous ten meetings, the two teams have produced split honours, each coming out successfully in five games each. England fans will see the fact that they are playing at Twickenham as an advantage, but this won’t deter the Welsh side trying to spoil the party! Everyone will surely be glued to the TV’s at our St Asaph caravan park, and all the others, of course! Image: Steve Watkins under Creative Commons.