THERE is another big fixture this weekend as old enemies Wales and England face-off in Cardiff in the Six Nations tomorrow (16.45pm kick-off).

Wales have won two from two to start their 2021 campaign, albeit playing 14 men in each of their fixtures against Scotland and Ireland whilst England have won one lost one.

The home side could seal the Triple Crown with a win and that would seriously increase their chances of a slightly unexpected Grand Slam.

Eddie Jones' England side will still think they are in with a shout of winning the tournament but could not suffer another defeat so there is plenty riding on it.

As always, pundits, ex-players and coaches love to take part in the annual pre game mind games that always seem to dominate the headlines in the build-up to an England vs Wales fixture.

Worcester Warriors head coach and former Wales international Jonathan Thomas did not hesitate to throw his support behind his country.

"Obviously I want Wales to win, naturally," he said.

"Big games have fine margins, red cards for example, Wales have benefitted from them in the last two games.

"England should be a really settled team at the moment because they have that consistency of coaching, they have got to a World Cup final so you would assume that they are well settled.

"Back in those years before their famous World Cup win they got better and better from about 2000/01 and kept improving afterwards too.

"At the moment we are not seeing the same consistency from England as that great team of 2003 so Wales have an opportunity.

"Wales shouldn't really ever compete with England, we have 3 million people, half of which live in the North and play football so really we only have 1.5 million to pick from in our country so we shouldn't be on the same field really.

"We punch above our weight so it'll be a interesting game but if you're pushing me on a prediction, then Wales will win."