England hang on to beat Wales

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England have beaten the defending champs Wales 23-19 at Twickenham.

The win have kept England’s hopes of winning the six nations title alive but the result ends any hope of Wales retaining the title.

England led 17-0 early in the second half but Wales closed the gap to five points with two tries.

Two more penalties for England looked to have got the job done but Wales scored again to close the gap to 4 points but England held on for victory.

The win takes second-placed England to 10 points, four behind France, who beat Scotland 36-17.

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