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Wales are still in contention for a Grand Slam, but their two wins so far have been relatively unconvincing.
Both matches saw them play against 14 men for long periods, yet they still only beat Ireland by five points and Scotland by just the one.
England have won three of their last four matches against Wales, with two of those victories coming by six points or more.
Under 37.5 total points
Matches between these sides at the Millennium Stadium tend to be quite low scoring, with this bet landing in each of the last six.
Neither of these sides have been at their best in attack so far this year, so it’s worth backing Saturday’s match to be another tactical affair.
Louis Rees-Zammit to score anytime
Rees-Zammit is the top try scorer in the 2021 Six Nations so far, dotting down three times in two matches.
His pace makes him a constant threat for Wales on the right flank, and there’s some nice value in backing him to score again on Saturday.
Match to have a yellow card
There have been five cards shown after just six matches in this year’s Six Nations – three yellow and two red.
Matches between Wales and England always have a bit of extra edge, so the likelihood of a card on Saturday looks relatively high.
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