Wales wing George North has enjoyed a stellar international career – but he is driven towards taking his game “to the next level.”
Billy Vunipola will make a poignant return to Wales recalling the friendship extended to his family when they arrived from Australia dressed for the beach and with a suitcase full of cutlery.
Chris Gayle bombarded England with sixes on his West Indies return, clearing the ropes 12 times on his way to 135 a the hosts set a winning target of 361 in the first one-day international in Barbados.
England must decide whether giant Fijian-born wing Joe Cokanasiga is ready to make his presence felt in Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations title clash with Wales.
Robin McBryde says “there will only be one result” on Saturday if Wales match the standards of a patriotic one-man play they watched in England’s Principality Stadium changing room.
Jonny May is viewed by England team-mate Ben Youngs as the deadliest wing in the world who shows flashes of Forrest Gump.
Jason Holder is hoping to carry over the momentum from the West Indies’ Test success over England by knocking Eoin Morgan’s top-ranked one-day side off their perch.
England captain Eoin Morgan has vowed to do things his own way as the clock counts down to the 2019 World Cup but is happy for his predecessor, Sir Alastair Cook, to talk his side up as tournament favourites.
Leigh Halfpenny and Dan Biggar are both in training with Wales ahead of Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations showdown against England.
England captain Eoin Morgan believes the World Cup can have a huge impact on cricket in Britain this summer – but insists the team must not yet start looking ahead to the competition.
Adil Rashid cannot yet claim to be a “world beater” on the Test arena but is ready to resume his role as England’s danger man in one-day cricket.